Elwood’s latest café sits on the southern end of Glen Huntly Road, in a large open space that was formerly home to Café De Cuba. Little Red Bluff has breathed new life into the corner spot, which has been named in honour of the Point Ormond Landmark. The story goes this area was used as a communal gathering site by the local indigenous community prior to colonisation.
The team here hope to make their own mark in Elwood, and do so with locally sourced produce, and coffee roasted by Nomadi.
The menu is seasonal, with typical Melbourne café staples like Buttermilk Hotcakes, Avocado Toast, and their own version of the Eggs Benedict, with shaved pastrami.
Open daily from 6.30am to 4pm, with a half hour sleep in on weekends, trading from 7am to 4pm
Find them at Elwood at 69 Glen Huntly Rd.