Hop into These Cafés in Melbourne This Long Weekend
Given people are often getting themselves overworked during the week, the weekend is the time when they recover and try to relax, so they recharge their batteries. As such, you need to know what to do if you want to enjoy this long weekend.
And what better way to enjoy than going to a café? Here are some places you should consider visiting:
Raffael’s Cafe Bar & Grill
Raffael’s Café, Bar & Grill offers up contemporary, international cuisine from hearty breakfasts to mouthwatering cakes, slices and dinner with the menu offering a ‘little bit of something’ for everyone.
Centrally located within Wyndham’s business and retail district and conveniently nestled within the Cultural Centre which includes a popular Theatre, Art Gallery and Library.
Indoors the contemporary and spacious café offers charm and warmth whilst it’s Outdoor Alfresco Deck leads to a breath of fresh air under the protection of a huge canopy and clear screens.
Peppans Bar & Cafe
Peppans Bar & Cafe is the perfect place for breakfast, brunch, lunch, Dinner, a quick coffee or even a few evening drinks. Established in 2016 and located in busy Chapel Street just down the road from The Jam Factory, Peppans combines a family-friendly atmosphere with top class service.
Head Chef Daniel Chung is the mastermind behind the modern Australian menu and has played a big role in the wonderfully throughout wine list. Peppans Bar & Café is a must have on the Melbourne Café bucket list.
To make the most of the Melbourne café experience, visit www.gourmettravellergiftcard.com.au. Don’t forget that gift cards last for three years and can be used at any participating restaurant or café across Australia.
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