Places to Eat and Drink in Melbourne Victoria – Top 5 Late Bars & Cafes

Can’t decide whether you’re up for chilling in a café or partying the night away. Here we’ve picked our favourite café to come late bars/clubs to hang out in, so go and check them out for yourself.

Lucky Coq – Ask anyone on Chapel St where is good for tasty treats and the quirkily named Lucky Coq will roll of many a tongue. A large pub-like café, which serves one of the finest pizza selections in Melbourne and effortlessly transforms into a trendy club before your eyes. Not to mention the international superstars that spin their discs come nightfall.

Black Cat – The Black Cat is beyond description. The Brunswick St hub has been at the heart of the Melbourne social scene for some 23 years and is THE place to be seen – yet, despite its status, it manages to hold its own without pretence but solely with warmth!

The Workshop – Forged from wrought iron, crafted with angular timbers, moulded by stunning design and nurtured by Melbourne’s cultural vibrancy, the Workshop is, without any doubt, one of Melbourne’s most diverse spaces. A cafe, bar, gallery, gig venue and club all in one, it caters for all your needs in one fell swoop.

E-Fifty Five – St Kilda’s E-Fifty Five is undoubtedly one of the funkiest internet cafes you will find. Far from being a collection of grubby old pics and stale cakes, it offers gourmet delights at a good price.

Deli, Brunswick St – While it may not be Brunswick St’s cheapest establishment, Deli is certainly one of the most delicious destinations. From small treats to tasty meals, the ever-changing menu means every day turns up a new taste.