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Home to Melbourne’s coffee and wine connoisseurs

© Dan Hocking
© Dan Hocking
© Dan Hocking

Melbourne’s unofficial home for coffee and wine aficionados, Congress combines a tried-and-true Italian enoteca with avant-garde Australian tastes, resulting in a culinary journey from the wines of the Adelaide Hills through the Outback and to the Margaret River.


The Peel Street bar serves over 50 wines – most sourced directly from Australia – and a small selection of beers and aperitifs. Its dining menu highlights experimental Aussie fare with dishes like pig’s head and green mustard sanga, kangaroo pastrami and mead glazed pumpkin.

© Dan Hocking


Open until the early hours of the morning (including food service), Congress is also great late-night pick-me-up after an evening out in Melbourne.


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