Sargon

Keep it classy, Melbourne.

This gold plated cafe at the Paris end of Collins Street, was named after King Sargon, an ancient Mesopotamian ruler who reigned from 2340 – 2284 BC. Sargon was one of the world’s great empire builders, conquering all of southern Mesopotamia as well as parts of Syria, Anatolia, and Western Iran.

Lifes a bit more peaceful for Sargon of Melbourne, and the only thing it conquers is caffeine deprivation. Thats thanks to a dark bold blend by Where’s Marcel, extracted via a La Marzocco Linea PB.
Theres a cabinet filled with prepared breakfast and lunch options to go, including rolls, pastries, and healthy salads.

Make coffee not war.

Sargon

24-28 Collins Street

Melbourne VIC 3004

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