If you’re looking for a delicious cup of coffee, look no further than Melbourne’s Central Business District (CBD). This Australian city has become a must-visit for deep L lovers. It boasts an impressive selection of local roasters and Instagram-worthy coffee shops. The shops try the latest brewing and roasting techniques, and the trained baristas produce top-notch drinks.
While there is no shortage of options, we’ve highlighted the best coffee shops in Melbourne’s CBD. Order a drink, sit back, and enjoy all that Melbourne’s famous coffee culture has to offer.
Patricia’s Coffee Brewers
Patricia Coffee Brewers offers a simple menu – black coffee, white coffee or filtered Coffee – made with special coffee beans. Tucked away in one of Melbourne’s alleys, this cozy cafe is a standing room, announced by the entrance floor. Although it’s not clearly marked, you’ll know you’re in the right place when you see a large number of people happily sipping coffee drinks, and the Sitting on a milk crate. Sparkling water is served while you wait for your drink, and the pastry selection is hard to choose from!
493-495 Little Burke Street.
Market Lane Coffee
Market Lane Coffee has found the perfect location for its first branch in the CBD, the It’s the Portland House, a historic building that overlooks a tree-lined street. The peaceful space is the perfect place to enjoy an espresso or filter coffee, and Beatrix Bakes offers a small amount of Dim Sum.Market Lane sources coffee beans from the best coffee growers and roasts them in small batches. Their mission is to make great coffee available to shop and home roasters alike.
8 Collins Street.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Melbourne’s CBD for a holiday at the bright and airy café on the corner of Flinders and Exhibition Streets. Holiday roast and own your own coffee, as well as a good selection of food and pastries. In the summer they serve a typical warm weather treat – an espresso soft drink! Tall windows let in tons of natural light. Tall windows let in tons of natural light and provide views of a Melbourne cricket ground and botanical gardens.
1 Exhibition Street
If you’re looking for Little Rogue, look for the blue door next to White Cat Street Arts on Drewery Lane. The house-turned-café features beans from internationally renowned roasters, like April from Copenhagen! Coffee Roasters and Five Elephants from Berlin. The flavour of the day, they also serve a seasonal blend from Melbourne’s Acoffee. Their homemade matcha can be seen on Instagram – they consume between 30 and 40 litres of matcha a day.
12 Drury Lane.
Poolhouse Coffee just – a specialist coffee shop built in Melbourne’s city baths! With its white and blue decorations and tropical plants, a visit here makes one feel as if they have been transported to the summer poolside Rest. With its white and blue decorations and tropical plants, this place is visited and one feels as if they have been transported to a summer day in the Lounge by the pool.Poolhouse uses coffee beans from local roasters Duke’s Coffee and Residence Coffee. they have a small food menu and regularly get food from the Doughboy Donuts and Cremorne Street Bakers’ therapeutic features.
6 Franklin Street.
Midtown Daily Coffee
Rooted in Melbourne’s Collingwood neighborhood, Everyday Coffee has recently expanded to include This CBD location. The shop has a minimalist, modern vibe and the perfect location to generate a steady stream of takeaway orders. They roast their own coffee beans and offer single origin espresso, semi-caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee.Everyday also Homemade banana bread and salted chocolate chip cookies with Loafer Bread and ACE Cookie’s Dim Sum.
213 Collins Street, Jr.
Baba Budan Brothers
Named after the 17th century Sufi, Baba Budan Brothers is a popular local Microbus Seven Seeds Coffee shop. The shop is small and seating is limited to communal tables and a short bar, so takeaway is a popular option here. You can choose food items from a small menu to accompany a single-origin espresso or a batch brew. It’s worth noting that the BBB stays open late on Fridays and Saturdays, so you can get a good cup of coffee on the weekend.
359 Little Bourke Street.