Melbourne 2010 - Degraves Street

Degraves Street is a little laneway which runs between Flinders Street and Flinders Lane. It is sometimes called the Little Paris of Melbourne, with its alfresco dining area in the middle of the street and the endless string of food and drinks outlets.

At Degraves street, most of the eateries are hole-in-the-wall venues which sell convenient food at down-to-earth prices. Melbourne food prices can really bust your wallet, and it is good to know there are still places where you don't need to be a millionaire to feed yourself. You can grab a sandwich, have a cup of coffee, order some pasta, or a hot bowl of soup. It is very popular with the Bohemian crowd, students and travelers.


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