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My WeekendNotes - 54
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The element heater gives off the right amount of heat to warm the area. There I was, tucked away in a little brick fortr... [more]
The back streets of industrial South Melbourne are not the first place you'd expect to find a great cafe. Then again, th... [more]
So let's lay it all out on the table. Before I knew about Alice, if anyone asked me where to get good coffee in Essendon... [more]
I love opening a door at the back of a bricked lane way to find that behind the door are sounds and smells hurrying me i... [more]
I was visiting family in Frankston which lead to lunch in Mornington. Lunch was followed by the greatest thing - coffe... [more]
Little Collins street is overlooked by some but well-known by others. It is home to several boutique clothing stores, a ... [more]
A cafe opposite a train station has an infinite amount of potential. It makes you think about late nights, movies, sunny... [more]
Welcome to the second institution. Seven Seeds is the the second coffee temple brought to you by the man Mark Dundon. ... [more]
Some time ago, a place in North Melbourne by the name of The French Quarter was run by a gentleman named Neil Mckenzie. ... [more]
It was a cold and difficult Melbourne day. A mild morning followed by surprise rain - though, the rain really wasn't a s... [more]
 
Saturday mornings have a great vibe. It's 11am, do you have breakfast, brunch or lunch? Do you wear your gym clothes and... [more]
It has been a few times now that I have been to Port Melbourne and discovered some kind of "gem", a "treasure" an "amazi... [more]
When I wrote about my Saturday in Port Melbourne in my post about Seven:AM, I was trying my best to show you that Port M... [more]
Good weather in Melbourne is hard to experience inside. Coffeehead is the good weather in my coffee cup. On days w... [more]
Little Rose has been open since the end of February and their older sister, who is in full bloom, is the Rose Diner loca... [more]
Sometimes I am easily excited; other times I'm like "Oh...you just pulled a rabbit out of your hat, that's great, I have... [more]
When I heard about the name of this place and saw the logo, I thought the name had something to do with Space Invaders o... [more]
On a relatively quiet patch of Malvern road, in between Chapel Street and Williams Road, you should find Hobba. Mo... [more]
You've either heard of Union Road in Ascot Vale before, driven past it/through it, or you know it very well. We will acc... [more]
I love new cafes. I also love being at a new cafe that no one has caught on to yet, or maybe people have caught on a... [more]
A place that serves wholesome-looking food is one thing, but a place that looks wholesome and also serves wholesome fo... [more]
They do lunch. They do breakfast. They do Bonsoy. They do busy. It's 12:30 on a Friday. There is a busy lunch crowd... [more]
Places that are hard to find are always worth it in the end, especially if you can sense that they actually know what go... [more]
I told you I would return. It's just after 9am. The cafe is getting itself ready for the day. Deliveries are being ma... [more]
Here we are, opposite Camberwell train station at 1:30 on a Monday afternoon. Collective Espresso and Kitchen is busily ... [more]
Last time I told you that Little Collins Street is often overlooked. Clearly it is not overlooked by everyone because I'... [more]
Train station cafes. I've said it several times now but they have a certain type of nostalgia and romanticism that lures... [more]
Port Melbourne. Station pier. Sunny weather. You know the picture well. It is also possible that you have felt the w... [more]
Where has this cafe been all of my life? A balmy Saturday stroll in Port Melbourne does things to a person. It ma... [more]
When new cafes open up in areas that are dominated by institution cafes, you sort of hope they know what they're doing a... [more]
Swanston Street and Bourke Street. Yes I know. It's that concrete intersection of lights, billboards, trams, tourist inf... [more]
Kew is an area we should all explore a bit more. Why? With a cafe like Ora in Kew, who knows what other gems lie in this... [more]
The Final Step has the friendliness of a local neighbourhood cafe in one of Melbourne's most busiest and 'private-school... [more]
Warm Chicken Confit Salad with couscous, preserved lemon and parsley. Chickpeas make an appearance, as well as the taste... [more]
How very pleasant. White, white, white. Polished concrete. Big windows. A lot of light. A lot of space. This area ... [more]
I received a recommendation from a friend about sampling the coffee from the Innocent Bystander. The combination of good... [more]
The number seven has been mentioned a lot of times throughout history and popular culture. I wont go into all of the exa... [more]
Three Bags Full It's that winning trifecta we all hope for these days when it comes to a cafe. Good coffee. (We des... [more]
APTE It was that Saturday you were reading about, the Saturday you were hoping for, it was that forecast on the news ... [more]
Pillar of Salt It's 12pm and I have not seen a cafe as busy as this before. The bad weather probably has something ... [more]
Plantation Usually when you go to a food court in Melbourne (and possibly else where) you know one or two eateries th... [more]
Miss Jackson Remember when you were in high school? You had that friend who lived in a different suburb, they had a b... [more]
Market Lane Coffee If you at least know the basics of good cafes in Melbourne, then you should know who and what ... [more]
Bar Americano Sometimes if you walk down the right back alley in Melbourne, you can find exactly what you were lookin... [more]
Little Byrd Yiayia's homemade spanokopita. Colourful pot lids on the wall. Tiles and wooden benches. Flowers i... [more]
Welcome to the clubhouse that everyone wants to come to. Monk Bodhi Dharma gives you that special hug you need on... [more]
Penny Farthing Espresso Northcote is a interesting place. Having only discovered the area independently two years ago... [more]
Axil Coffee Roasters Hawthorn. Bridge road. Glenferrie station. Private schools. Imperial Corporate Offices. Traf... [more]
In a time where getting a good coffee is hard. In a place where cafes line the streets. In a place that needed a breat... [more]
Some say it's hard to find a good coffee in Melbourne's CBD, whereas others say it comes down to whether you know where ... [more]
Picture it, Melbourne, 17 degrees, on a mostly sunny Saturday. People overreact to the flash of sun and warmth on our fa... [more]
12 pm on Chapel street is lunch time for some people and for others it is the perfect time for breakfast. Dukes Coffe... [more]
When one thinks of a market, freshness usually comes to mind. I also feel that being at a market I am closer to food... [more]
Picture it. North Melbourne. No wind. Sun shining through the blinds. White walls. Wooden furniture. Small and tidy. Fan... [more]