Telling the story of Melbourne's Italian community, this museum offers a good starting point to put the history of Lygon St into both...
La Mama is historically significant in Melbourne’s theatre scene. This tiny, intimate forum produces new Australian works and...
Shakahari’s limited seasonal menu reflects both Asian and European influences, with dishes made from great produce. Established over 20...
194-204 Faraday St · interesting places nearby
Bustling from dawn to midnight, Brunetti is a mini-Roman empire. It’s famous for its coffee, granitas and authentic pasticceria (pastries). Bain-marie meals can be on the stodgy side (and sometimes that’s just what the locals want) but the toasted tremezzini always please.