BYO Coffee Cup: where to get a discount

Get your mugs out Melbourne. If you’re not already, it is time to start using a reusable cup.  Below are just a few of the cafes that offer a discount when you bring your own cup. Find many more at responsiblecafe.org

A reusable coffee cup with the scene of a street behind it

Get your mugs out Melbourne

Kinfolk

Kinfolk relies on a roster of volunteer workers, so 100% of profits can go directly towards supporting partner charities each year. Head into the conveniently located Bourke Street cafe for a seasonal dish that goes towards supporting those most in need.

A bowl of risotto and a coffee, with a and coffee atop a meni on a wooden table

Eat well and feel good about it at Kinfolk

Dukes Coffee Roasters

Upon your first sip of coffee from Dukes, your winter blues will melt away. Bonus, these guys use ethically sourced beans from individual farms or small cooperatives, most of which are organically grown.

Jungle Juice 

It’s difficult to miss Jungle Juice, despite the café’s slim entrance and cosy interior. Follow the trail of juice-wielding office workers, and you’ll find a spot that blends some of the best. Stop by for lunch and you’ll also be rewarded with some of the best bagels in the city.

A cafe in a grungy city laneway

Jungle Juice in Centre Place

STREAT

Tasty coffee, helping the less fortunate, pastries and a social enterprise is found at STREAT‘s McKillop Street cafe. A social enterprise committed to helping alleviate homelessness, STREAT gives young people the opportunity to get training via hands-on work experience. They can also be found in Melbourne Central.

Seedling Cafe

All products at Seedling Cafe on Flinders Lane are carefully selected from its rainforest alliance certified coffee down to its organic virgin coconut oil. With paleo, gluten-free, vego and vegan options, the cafe relies on quality, non-processed ingredients for their killer lunches. Also, find them on Little Collins Street.