Tolarno was an integral player in Melbourne’s most famous mid-century artistic marriage, between Georges and Mirka Mora. It was once...
The Kino screens art-house films in its comfy licensed cinemas. Monday is discount day.
One of numerous candidates for the title of Melbourne's best Japanese restaurant, Kenzan inhabits an unpromising setting but serves up...
Collins Street information
The top end of Collins St (aka the 'Paris end') is lined with plane trees, grand buildings and luxe boutiques, giving it its moniker. The Block Arcade , which runs between Collins and Elizabeth Sts, was built in 1891 and features etched-glass ceilings and mosaic floors. Doing 'the Block' (walking around the block) was a popular pastime in 19th-century Melbourne, as it was the place to shop and be seen.