Melbourne laneways
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Melbourne laneways
Behind Melbourne’s grid of city streets is a world of backstreets and alleyways where quirky venues are tucked behind unassuming doors and in secret alcoves. Try Centre Place for excellent hole-in-the-wall cafés; the popular Shanghai-style Chinese restaurants of Tattershall Lane; Hosier Lane for colorful graffiti murals; or the myriad drinking holes—including a 1920s speakeasy—of Myers Place. Wherever you wander, you’re sure to end up somewhere fabulous.
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Melbourne Laneways
Behind Melbourne’s grid of city streets is a world of backstreets and alleyways where quirky venues are tucked behind unassuming doors and in secret alcoves. Try Centre Place for excellent hole-in-the-wall cafés; the popular Shanghai-style Chinese restaurants of Tattersalls Lane; Hosier Lane for colorful graffiti murals; or the myriad drinking holes—including a 1920s speakeasy—of Meyers Place. Wherever you wander, you’re sure to end up somewhere fabulous.
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