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Published April 29th 2018
Explore the cafes of Footscray and Seddon this weekend
Footscray and Seddon are booming, and a strong and vibrant cafe culture continues to flourish. Here are the top three picks for creative, unique, and stylish places to get your morning coffee, brunch with friends, and fill up on lunch.
Small Graces Cafe is a new cafe in Footscray serving excellent coffee, and meals prepared with the best seasonal, fresh, and healthy ingredients. Small Graces offer smoothies, creative breakfast and lunch options, and a kids menu. This cosy establishment is a local favourite. You'll find Small Graces Cafe at 57 Byron Street Footscray (right near the station), and they are open during weekdays from 7am to 4pm, Saturdays from 7.30am to 4pm, and Sundays from 8am to 4pm.
Small Graces is a great place for coffee and brunch. Credits: Small Graces Cafe website.
Rudimentary Cafe takes a basic shipping container, adds a sustainable garden, and creates an urban paradise. This cafe is the most creative on our list, and offers extravagant crumpets, tasty kimchi pancakes, and other delectable treats, in a unique establishment. It is located at 16-20 Leeds Street Footscray, and opens Mondays to Fridays from 7.30am 3.30pm, and on weekends from 8am.
Rudimentary Cafe is a cafe and community space in the heart of Footscray. Credits: Rudimentary Cafe website.
Fig and Walnut Cafe is a popular Seddon cafe, inspired by the Mediterranean, and local seasonal produce. The cafe caters for all eating preferences, and offers an extensive breakfast range, brunch and lunch, a kids menu, and a tasty vegan or Greek super bowl. Fig and Walnut is at 11-13 Bellairs Avenue in Seddon, and is open on weekdays from 7am to 3pm, and from 8am on weekends.
Premium coffee and meals in a beautiful Seddon Cafe. Credits: Fig and Walnut cafe website.