002. Bowery to Williamsburg

16 Oliver Lane. MELBOURNE

I got a takeaway latte for here yesterday morning. $3.80. With. A complimentary Hershesy Kiss. Anyone that gives me a complimentary something with my coffee can win me over easily.

To had a nice chat with the head chef as I was waiting. He told me their bagels are from 5 and dime bagel.

I’m so totally going back here to eat.

Jx

001. Steam Junkies

9 Florence Street. BRUNSWICK.

I went to this cafe around 11am for a takeaway latte. I was driving on the way to work and found it very hard to find parking.

I think it’s a really great cafe to chill in.

Sml Latte $3.80

Hello,
The new Cafe Guide is out. Have you bought it yet? Go get one, it’s good.
I’ll try my best to make a post on each one I visit. No promises though. Life always gets in the way. If that’s not good enough for you then follow my IG or Twitter, uh can see what I’m up to through those. Just go to www.thejulietreport.com to find them.
So like previous years, I will go to the cafés, at a minimum I will have a coffee, if I can I’ll eat too. I’ll take some photos and do a quick post.
There are 311 cafés in the guide, I have already been to 80, so I need to go to 231 new cafés. That’s almost do-able right? We’ll see.
Jx

Hello,
The new Cafe Guide is out. Have you bought it yet? Go get one, it’s good.
I’ll try my best to make a post on each one I visit. No promises though. Life always gets in the way. If that’s not good enough for you then follow my IG or Twitter, uh can see what I’m up to through those. Just go to www.thejulietreport.com to find them.
So like previous years, I will go to the cafés, at a minimum I will have a coffee, if I can I’ll eat too. I’ll take some photos and do a quick post.
There are 311 cafés in the guide, I have already been to 80, so I need to go to 231 new cafés. That’s almost do-able right? We’ll see.
Jx

jadechecksout said: Hey man! SUCH A GOOD BLOG! Was just wondering in your cafe adventures if you'd found a place that does a good chai latte in Melbourne CBD? I dont mean that powder stuff, I mean proper hot milk and strainer chai?

HAHA! THANKS! I haven’t posted in ages, but was thinking of doing it again!

i don’t usually drink chai lattes, but the best one i have had is from Sensory Lab at DJS. I hope that’s a good enought answer! :D
Jx

1. Alice Nivens
Port Philip Arcade, 228 Flinders Street
Melbourne
Starting off my 2013 good cafe guide mission with this sweet new cafe.
Most of the cakes/cupcakes/muffins are baked onsite. I really enjoyed my latte and the mini raspberry and white chocolate cupcake I had was definitely the best I have ever had.
I went a bit late so most things had sold out. I will have to go back early on another day.

1. Alice Nivens

Port Philip Arcade, 228 Flinders Street

Melbourne

Starting off my 2013 good cafe guide mission with this sweet new cafe.

Most of the cakes/cupcakes/muffins are baked onsite. I really enjoyed my latte and the mini raspberry and white chocolate cupcake I had was definitely the best I have ever had.

I went a bit late so most things had sold out. I will have to go back early on another day.

The Age Good Cafe Guide 2013 came out today. Hopefully 2013/14 is the year I can finally achieve my goal of visiting all the cafes in the book!

The Age Good Cafe Guide 2013 came out today. Hopefully 2013/14 is the year I can finally achieve my goal of visiting all the cafes in the book!

77. Milky Joe’s

228 Glen Huntly Rd, ELSTERNWICK

I was surprised to find Grant behind the coffee machine here at Milky Joe’s. Grant used to make my coffee at Journal on Flinders Lane. I’d just take a seat, and without having to ask my skinny latte would just appear in front of me. It was awesome. 

So it was really nice seeing him here by accident. Grant has, since February, purchased Milky Joe’s and is making amazing coffees. He has made a few changes to Milky Joe’s and will be changing the name of the cafe too. 

Yep, this is the end of the $20 coffee adventure. I made it to 5 cafes and had $1.30 left. Thank goodness that wasn’t enough for another coffee because that would have been it. I don’t think I would have made it. It was an excellent
experience and all the cafes were really good. I’d never actually been to Brighton so it was a good experience. In case you were interested all my coffees were skinny lattes and I never take any sugar.
- Juliet x

Yep, this is the end of the $20 coffee adventure. I made it to 5 cafes and had $1.30 left. Thank goodness that wasn’t enough for another coffee because that would have been it. I don’t think I would have made it. It was an excellent

experience and all the cafes were really good. I’d never actually been to Brighton so it was a good experience. In case you were interested all my coffees were skinny lattes and I never take any sugar.

- Juliet x

5. The Little Ox – 452 New Street, BRIGHTON

I was dying by the time I reached this place. (I’d had way

too much coffee.) It was so lovely though. And the staff

were so friendly and smily. I would have loved to try one of

the pretty sweets, but it definitely had to be another time.

I fell in love with the butterfly art on the wall, it was so

pretty and I loved how the sunlight shone through the

windows.

The coffee cost $3.50 leaving me with $1.30.

4. Tuccibrown – 268 Bay Street, BRIGHTON

This was my favourite cafe for the day. I can’t believe I

didn’t know about Tuccibrown. It’s a stationery store/cafe.

That’s everything I love all in one place. I bought a vintage

camera stamp (so cool) and looked through some cool arty

books while sipping my coffee. (I was kind of forcing the

coffee down at this point. I had definitely reached my coffee

drinking limit but I still had money left!! GAH!!

The coffee cost $4.00 leaving me $4.80.