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This post was sponsored by Mercedes-Benz. Click here to read The City Lane’s policy on sponsored content. MELBOURNE | Mercedes-Benz is a name that’s known the world over for cars, but what about cafes, restaurants, and bars? The Mercedes me Store Melbourne is the seventh Mercedes me concept store in

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MELBOURNE | Souk is a modern Middle Eastern themed restaurant hidden at the end of Melbourne’s Bligh Place which does things differently than one expects. The space is deceptively large, with a narrow entrance giving way to a downstairs bar and a large upstairs dining space. Neon and bright signage

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MELBOURNE | Rustica Rialto has opened at the foot of the newly refurbished Rialto Towers atrium, and joins its Fitzroy and Hawthorn siblings in dishing up some of the best cafe breakfasts, lunches, and pastries in Melbourne. Given its location, this one’s aimed more at the nearby office crowd and

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MELBOURNE | Juliet Melbourne is a hidden gem wine bar located in the basement of its sibling venue, Punch Lane. Offering a point of difference, Juliet Melbourne champions female wine producers, both local and international, through their impressively extensive wine list. It is unfortunate that, even today, female wine producers

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MELBOURNE | Fancy a glass of pinot noir paired with wild yeast art installations? Stoneleigh Wild Valley knows you do. For four weeks only, the vineyard is launching a pop up interactive wine project on Flinders Lane. The warehouse has been transformed into a series of rooms that recreate Stoneleigh’s

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MELBOURNE | Kisume on Flinders Lane is one of the most anticipated restaurant openings of 2017, and the most ambitious restaurant to date for restaurateur Chris Lucas. It’s a much more refined, grown up concept than Chin Chin, Baby, Kong, and Hawker Hall. There are no bright posters and lights,

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MELBOURNE | The inner child in us all has reason to rejoice – Alice in Wonderland’s rabbit hole can now be accessed just off Lonsdale Street at StoryVille. But with a dash of irony, you’ll only find it by doing exactly what your mother forbade. Stray away from the crowded

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MELBOURNE | Lucy Liu Kitchen & Bar is hidden off Oliver Lane in Melbourne’s CBD, and offers diners a menu of pan-Asian delights in a modern, vibrant space which combines concrete, wood, and bright lights. Music is loud, but not too loud, and service is snappy and attentive. Co-owners Michael

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MELBOURNE | Harley House Melbourne is the current incarnation of the basement space which has housed bars like Exchange Bar, Strange Wolf, and La Chinesca over the years. This version is owned by artist, Vincent Fantauzzo, whose artwork graces the walls, and property developer Robert Hargrave, and features music at

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MELBOURNE | Collins Quarter occupies a Victorian terrace, built as consulting rooms and a residence in 1872 by Dr. Robert Martin, and has been operating as a bar and restaurant since 2007. The entrance retains all of the Victorian era charm, as does the interior when you first walk in,