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Cutler & Co. 55–57 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy: Located in an old metal work factory, Cutler & Co’s interior harmoniously mixes layers old with new. Food that rewards in its balance and purity of flavour, slick service and a well-chosen wine list make this deservedly one of Melbourne's dining gems. The black metal bar next-door complements the restaurant with a full bar selection.
Newtown Workers Club 51 Brunswick St, Fitzroy: A former hotel converted into a trendy bar (actually three bars in one!), the Newtown Workers Club comprises a bright, sparsely decorated front bar, a ‘quiet’ drinkers’ area with eye-catching green wallpaper and a band room - all connected by a 70s style inner-chamber.
Caz Reitop’s Dirty Secrets 80 Smith St, Collingwood: This sleek bar, time-warped from the 1920s Prohibition era, is replete with quiet corners, nooks, crannies and bolt holes perfect for airing dirty secrets. To grease the wheels of conversation the bar is well stocked with cocktails, beer, wines and a tasty collection of rare single malts in various wood cask finishes.
Grumpy’s Green 125 Smith Street, Fitzroy: This newly opened eco-friendly bar offers all the delights of the quality local food and wine, but with a special attention to the business’s carbon footprint. One in a few to cater for vegetarian only, Grumpy’s Green has a cosy bohemian feel and features live music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.