Degraves Street is another Melbourne icon, known and loved mostly for its cafe scene. Visit during the day and it’s filled with seating and cafe canopies, giving it a strong Parisian feel.
It’s named after Charles and William Degraves, two pioneer merchants from Hobart who built a flour mill at the corner of Flinder’s Lane and Degraves Street in 1849.
Aside from the cafes, there’s Pidapippo – serving an array of authentic Italian Gelato with Nutella on tap.
And Clementine’s, a fine foods and gift store that stocks only Victorian-made products – perfect to find some Melbourne souvenirs.