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Lygon Street, Melbourne

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Located near the University of Melbourne, Lygon Street is known for a wide range of Italian restaurants and cafes catering to families and serving  pasta dishes, pizza, fresh seafood, and steak meals. You can also stop by a number of pubs and wine bars, which serve gourmet food and local beers and wines. Bring the family for dinner at Toto's Pizza House, the first ever pizzeria in Australia, which has been located at the southern end of this street continuously since its opening in 1961. The East Brunswick Club opened its doors as a major neighborhood music venue in 2006. Drop by for a hot meal and live music any day of the week. Use our Melbourne trip generator to arrange your visit to Lygon Street and other attractions in Melbourne.
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