Find, Review & Book some of the best restaurants in Brunswick with our hand picked guide to dining and drinking.
Located on Melbourne favourite Lygon Street in Brunswick East, Little Oscar provides the perfect setting for a catch up over breakfast, dinner with family and friends or an excellent backdrop to have your celebration. The venue can be transformed from a cafe to a stellar event area to suit your specific requirements for an unforgettable special occasion. From celebrating a 21st birthday to a retirement, any event is welcome at Little Oscar. Little Oscar also has an exposed bar and kitchen for guests to fully enjoy their Little Oscar function experience.
Code Black Coffee is a coffee roaster and cafe located at 15-17 Weston Street Brunswick, Melbourne, Australia. We roast the highest grade beans from international farms and growers, which result in a range of single origin coffees, signature blends and decaffeinated coffee made without compromise.
Albert St Food & Wine is an all day eatery, wine bar and wine store in the heart of Brunswick’s Sydney Road. Combining the very best talent, passion and love for local produce, Albert St Food & Wine is an oasis in the busy urban neighbourhood. A destination for foodies and wine lovers everywhere, Albert St Food & Wine embraces the traditions and craft of food preparation in a modern environment for everyone to enjoy.
Carolina is a cafe located on the border of Brunswick East and Carlton North. Housed in an old shoemakers shop, Carolina is an unassuming local where you can enjoy sublime Industry Beans coffee, sumptuous seasonal food as well local boutique beers and ciders and a carefully selected range of Australian wines.We have a beautiful leafy courtyard perfect for lazy afternoon drinks and complete with sandpit for the kids earlier in the day.
Tom Phat is a charming local restaurant situated in the bustling suburb of Brunswick, Melbourne. Eclectic and authentic in its aesthetic, you’ll find the atmosphere perfect for a quiet drink or a catch-up with an old friend, a romantic dinner or just a good coffee with the paper.
Lux Foundry is open 7 days serving great breakfast, lunch and coffee by Proud Mary.Lux Foundry has free WIFI.We are a fully licenced cafe and function space located in a unique heritage listed building.Located on Hope Street, it’s a roomy escape from the hustle of Sydney Road. Our open space inside with soaring ceilings and room to move is an ideal venue for functions and our expansive front courtyard is a sun drenched space where you can kick back with a plate and a glass.Private FunctionsLux Foundry offers a unique space in an informal and relaxed environment.It’s ideal for private events ranging from corporate functions, birthdays or other celebrations for up to 110 people.
Asian shared dishes compliment the free flowing drinks, conversation and music. Australian Native ingredients fused in a hawker style. With a seasonally changing menu of sharing hawker dishes, as well as a separate brunch menu the food at Howler is sure to impress.We are a "walk in" style venue. Table reservations are not available.
The city of Moreland’s oldest hotel has been transformed into a hidden wonderland, specialising in all things Victorian with 100% local craft beer and wine. Our chef seamlessly mixes the classics with dishes designed to tantalise your tastebuds, focusing on locally grown produce wherever possible.Comprising three distinct and inviting areas, the downstairs bar and beer garden create a casual and relaxed setting with concrete eagles, dragons heads and 1920s film projectors. If you can tear yourself away from the eclectic décor and venture upstairs to the dining room you will discover the jewel in The Woodlands’ crown. Take a seat in one of our grandthrones, or get cosy in one of the booths under the watchful eye of our giant toy soldiers and lose yourself in the Sailor Jerry tattoo themed artwork that adorns the walls.Whatever the occasion The Woodlands Hotel is the true hidden gem you’ve been looking for.
When you take great Greek food and the famous Hellenic spirit and add it to eclectic Brunswick East, you get Melbourne's hottest Greek taverna - an exciting culinary destination that will leave you wanting more.
A fresh bar in the Sydney Road landscape, Joey Smalls is a perfectly crafted concoction of impeccable design aesthetic, drinks and soundtrack selectors.Cut from a truly unique cloth, Joey Smalls welcomes punters into its cozy confines from the early afternoon and into the night, boasting one of the areas latest licenses. Slip into a booth or enjoy the north side air in our cozy courtyard with a Chilli Coconut Margarita or mouth-melting Smoke ‘n’ Salt numbers in hand while Melbourne’s most notorious jocks showcase their secret stash of backyard belters.Joey Smalls Kitchen offers a diner style menu with a range of burgers including vegan and vegetarian options and some of the best fried chicken you will ever put in your mouth. If it's fries you are after Joey Smalls has 3 different options to choose from their loaded fries menu.If is value you are after Joey Smalls has "Classic Thursdays" where you can get either The Classic #1 Burger, Vegie Burger and House Beer Jugs at the great value price of $10 each!
Dion Li Rosi started his apprenticeship at Va Tutto Restaurant in Ivanhoe at the tender age of 16ish, after growing up in an environment where food, friends and family were paramount, it seemed natural to take a position in cookery. His love of food and tradition provided the passion needed to work up the ranks in the kitchen and improve his technique and knowledge. With itchy feet, he parted ways with Va Tutto and accepted a role at De Bortoli Wineries to complete his apprenticeship and increase his product knowledge. The completion of his apprenticeship saw him once again climb the ladder of hierarchy for a further 3 years until the thirst for knowledge had him take a break from cooking to up skill with a nutrition course at ACNT, which provided some of the most sensitive dietary information that is integral within the industry. Being away from the pans was harder than expected, so the next step was to re-enter the industry, but concentrate on different cuisine. Classically Italian trained, Dion took a job at Two Beans and a Farm, where the menu was heavily Spanish/French. Within the walls of this 150 Year old Homestead, a bond was concreted with the manager, Tro Jerijian, who he brought with him to DiCasa Restaurant.At DiCasa, we are heavily produce and service driven, sourcing the best products from local businesses and processing from scratch to create the best possible European cuisine. Using old school family recipes from the old country while incorporating the world’s best produce, Dion is able to represent his cultural background. We go to great lengths chasing producers and cutting out the middlemen, to reduce food miles as we often buy straight from the source. Whether you are a romantic table of 2 or a group booking of 60, the emphasis is to cater each situation to the needs of your guests. This incorporates all dietary requirements, children meals, disabled access, music, lighting and décor.
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