Street Art Dining Safari

deTour curated by: Unimelb, 2015

Are you getting tired of simply site visiting? Feeling wired to pay for something meant to be free? It’s time to forget about all the dry tours and join our greatly valued street art dinning safari! Unlike the traditional tiring walking tour, just indulging yourself with mouth-watering foods provided by our selected top-rated artistic restaurant while visiting the stunning street art in Fitzory. And the best part is not coming yet! Feeling curious about the stories and myths behind those gorgeous murals, graffiti and mysterious artists? We are going to introduce you to different aspects of street art development with the most authentic experiences and stories you can find nowhere else. Get your eyes, mouth and ears ready for the exploration!

Locations for deTour

Interestingly, in Melbourne's most trendy suburb, furnishing of dinning places is heavily influenced by street art more than anything else (comparing to other industry). This tour is designed to combine the flourishing street art and dinning…

STARTER - Mario Café [stage 1: A rejected culture] We start with the starter from the Mario cafe, which is founded in 1986 by two Italian-Australians. This is also one of the very first cafés opened in Fitzroy where many artists would like to…

Main Course: Brother’s Burger [stage 2: Commercial development] After finishing the starter and walking along Brunswick street, we are able to see the iconic Smug’s mural. This piece of work used to appear on the front page of Age due to the…

Dessert: The Grace Café [stage 3: important culture icon, part of live] After filling up your belly with premium Wagyu beef burger, lets go for something sweet. We can walk through the rose street car park where all street art activities are…

Refreshment: The Easey’s [stage 4: a combination] Here comes to our final stop: The Easey’s, which subverts the tradition concept of a restaurant. You will never see these things anywhere else: Electronic gamer as tables, Train timetable as…
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