Breezy post describing a casual Sunday romp in a Middle Eastern eatery: Tiba’s Lebanese Food. We overate, as usual… *burp*
This week’s monochromatic brunch ‘duet’ is themed around black & white cafes in Melbourne’s Northside. Form Cafe in Essendon & Code Black in Brunswick.
Quiet nighttime hang-out in East Brunswick with an interesting bar food menu and warm, welcoming service. The bar is related to Matt Wilkinson’s Pope Joan.
Teaser post covering several Melbourne restaurants that I took my visitors (cousin trouble & geek hubby) to. Also contains a write-up on Brooks Bar.
Brunch diptych themed around work lunch catch-up with friends near their workplaces. Curious Goose in Brunswick, and The Bond Store in Southbank.
I’ve been visiting places in the Northside more often these days. This café in Brunswick has good coffees and an interesting menu.
I’ve started exploring Melbourne’s north more lately, brunching my way through places my friends love. Today, we explore Brunswick.
Homely brunch spot in Brunswick, Melbourne.
Mediterranean food in Brunswick (Melbourne). A Philippa Sibley (Queen of Dessert) venture. The produce used here is exceptionally good.