From superior street food like waffles and crepes to classy confections including soufflés and parfaits, these foodie pleasures are not to be missed.
From footy finals fun to a street-art walk, there’s plenty of affordable and even free things to do during spring break.
Whether you’re choosy about indulging in dessert or will sink your sweet tooth into anything, you’re going to drool over these.
If you haven’t explored the city's best hole-in-the-wall hotspots, here’s a list to get you started.
Where to find the best decadent desserts and chocolate in Melbourne.
Stuck in a foodie rut? Shake things up and check out the latest restaurant, cafe and food-shop openings in the city, plus some hot new bars.
When you’re craving some of your favourite chocolatey things, these cafes take it to the next level.
Roam through Chinatown for all the things to eat, quirky arcades to explore, arts and culture and hidden bars.
It’s gone from drab to green, and is now a destination rather than a way to get from A to B. Discover why this laneway’s suddenly so hot right now.
Got an interstate mate to impress? Here are the latest bars and restaurants lurking around the corner in Melbourne.
Try our favourite ‘naughty but nice’ options for gifts or self-indulgence during chocolate (and hot-cross bun!) season.
Nutella is having a moment in Melbourne. And here is where to find it.
Artisan, hand-made, nitro and old-school gelato - taste your way through these delectable city scoop shops.
Whether it’s a quick pause on a busy day, or time set aside for pure pleasure, treat yourself with caffeine and sugar.