Mulberry Group opens new café in Melbourne CBD

Melbourne hospitality company the Mulberry Group has opened a new multi-purpose café called Liminal in the Temperance and General building (T&G) on 161 Collins Street in Melbourne.

Liminal opens its doors on 1 May, operating from Monday to Friday from 7am to 6pm.

Adjacent to the lobby atrium in the art deco T&G building, Liminal combines a lounge-style café with a bodega selling wine, cheese, and produce.

Executive Chef Martin Webster will deliver a simple breakfast and lunch menu, featuring salads and sandwiches.

“They are a little bit fun, pretty simple and super delicious. We’ll change them regularly depending on what produce comes through from the market,” says Martin. A rotisserie will cook chicken, porchetta, and daily specials with many items available for takeaway.

Running between Collins and Flinders Lane, Liminal is part café, wine store, market place, with a private board room for corporate lunches, meetings, wine tastings, and product launches.

Liminal’s wine store will offer customers the range of almost 200 wines including Australian classics from local small-scale producers.

Established in 2011, The Mulberry Group has operated seven stand-alone cafés including Top Paddock, The Kettle Black, and Higher Ground.

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Photographer: Carmen Zammit

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