Telling the story of Melbourne's Italian community, this museum offers a good starting point to put the history of Lygon St into both...
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Wine and talk are the order of the day at this long-running wine bar-restaurant. The fare is European, Middle Eastern and a dash of Mod...
Lonely Planet review
When you’ve had enough of pressed, siphoned, Slayer-machined, poured-over, filtered and plunged coffee, head here to one of Lygon St’s original Italian cafe-restaurants. There’s the laughter and relaxed joie de vivre that only a well-established restaurant can have. Great pastas and pizza, too. Also has the upmarket Tiamo 2 next door.