Anthropology Specialty Coffee & Concept Store

In the Oxford Dictionaries, Anthropology is described as the study of human societies and cultures, and their development. In Pascoe Vale, it’s a brand new café with a purpose, and profundity. Coffee is ingrained in our culture, and spreads across all societies, regardless of your race, creed, or colour. Its permitted interaction across cultures, and […]

Monk Bodhi Dharma Goodness

“Be the kind of person you want to meet”   I’m sure many of you have been to Monk Bodhi Dharma, which is now in its seventh year of operation. This tiny brick building houses one of Melbourne’s much loved roasters, and a kitchen dishing up meals that are as nourishing for the body, as […]

Streat

I first came across the social enterprise STREAT back in 2012, when they were in Flemington. Having a background in Psychology and community service, it was with great delight that I discovered a café that helps disadvantaged youths find their way in life. Coffee and a supportive training academy- two of my favourite things. They […]

Sideshow Coffee

Prahran’s latest resident opened in the first week of May, and it’s the second café brought to us by Eugene Ye & Alan Ng. Many may know their first venture, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, which is located on the northern side of the Yarra River in Cremorne.  Sideshow Coffee has a whole new feel, […]

Wood and Co.

Aaron was 14 when he had his first espresso in New Zealand, and it was like he made a vow to dedicate his life to coffee with that first sip. It was much like an initiation, where he felt he suddenly belonged to a tribe bound by unspoken laws. Eager to saturate his soul in coffee, […]

Frankie’s Beans

I first met Frankie last year at his Alexandria café, aptly named   “Café without a name”. I remember thinking how unusual the name was, yet soon realised how much it fitted in with Frank Andrews’s approach to hospitality.  When Frank decided it was time to turn his roasting hobby into a career – he was […]