Fitzroy was Melbourne's first suburb in 1839, and today it is the city's smallest and most densely populated. Once known as notorious Fitzroy because of the high level of crime and poverty, this inner-city hub is now filled with vintage clothing stores, second-hand boutiques, art galleries and florists.
Brunswick Street is also also filled with an impressive abundance of cafes, restaurants and bars to choose from. With so many choices, it can be difficult to know where to go for a morning coffee, after-work wine, or weekend grazing board with friends.
Foodi will lead you through the urban maze, past local artwork, and introduce you to the best cheese, wine and tapas in Melbourne. You will visit several establishments with a sit-down break in between, and some venues will discuss their produce in detail.