Riché café Richmond

Riché café reopens in Richmond

Otto Fine Food and Coffee on Bridge Road in Richmond, Victoria, has officially reopened following Melbourne’s prolonged lockdown, with a new name and focus as Asian-inspired eatery and café Riché.
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rowena corner store

Rowena Corner Store

Food and culture have always been at the core of Rowena Corner Store. Owner Con Coustas says the ‘recipe’ of the café is a “hefty serving of traditional Mediterranean provincial cooking, add a splash of international goodness, a pinch of modern innovation, and simmer slowly over a warm Richmond flame”.
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CLark Street Coffee

Clark Street Coffee releases compostable coffee packaging

Melbourne-based Clark Street Coffee has begun using redesigned compostable packaging to package and distribute its coffee. “We’ve got a strong focus throughout our company on sustainability,” Clark Street Coffee Founder Melissa Floreani says. “Clark Street Coffee wants to provide or customers with an aesthetically pleasing bag to put on display in their stores, and it’s also 100 per cent compostable”
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Jibbi Little

Jibbi Little prepares for World Latte Art Championship

After earning her first Australian Latte Art Championship win in February, Jibbi Little of Jibbijug is ready to take her competition performance to the next level. She will make her way to Germany in June for the World Latte Art Championship (WLAC), taking place at World of Coffee in Berlin.
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Veneziano Coffee Richmond

Veneziano creates end-to-end specialty coffee experience

With the coffee industry constantly trying to bring something new to market, Veneziano Coffee Roasters has its sights on delivering customers an end-to-end specialty coffee experience. Its new flagship café, Veneziano Coffee Richmond, is an 80-seat dining space placed in the heart of its River Street roastery, training studio and headquarters.
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Veneziano

Veneziano to launch cold brew range at MICE

Veneziano Coffee Roasters has announced it will launch a new range of cold brew coffee at the 2019 Melbourne International Coffee Expo (MICE) from 7 to 9 February. Brewed over 24 hours to create a smooth full-bodied coffee, the range include three flavours – Hibiscus, Blood Orange, and Apple, Ginger and Rosella.
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Veneziano Richmond makes world’s best coffee shop design list

Design and architecture magazine Wallpaper has included Veneziano Coffee Richmond in it’s The world’s best coffee shops for design lovers list. Veneziano opened the Melbourne café to the public on 30 July. Located on River Street in Richmond, the venue features an 80-seat dining space, roastery and barista training studio all under the one roof.
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Why café hot spots are driving property prices up

When real estate agents make their opening address on why a property is deserving of your hard earned dollars, they don’t just address the king-size kitchen, Olympic length pool and movie theatre, they mention the nearby coffee shops.  According to Hockingstuart agent Daniel Atsis, café hot spots are driving property prices up and real estate agents aren’t afraid to use it as an attractive selling tool.  “Buyers are looking for established suburbs that sell ‘lifestyle’ with all the trimmings, and sellers are using those lifestyle attractions such as cafés to add value to their properties,” Daniel says. 
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Veneziano Coffee Roasters to open Melbourne café

Veneziano Coffee Roasters will open its new Melbourne café to the public on Monday 30 July. Located on River Street in Richmond, coffee lovers and enthusiasts will be treated to a brand-new 80 seat dining space within Veneziano’s headquarters, roastery and barista training studio all under the one roof. “Our new flagship store will push the boundaries of coffee and hospitality, as a testing ground for our new products,” Managing Director Craig Dickson says. “It presents the perfect opportunity to showcase the brand as an end-to-end specialty experience for coffee lovers and those keen to learn more.”
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