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Market Lane Opens At Queen Vic Market

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Shoppers to the Queen Vic Market now have another reason to brag, with the opening of a new Market Lane outpost on Therry St.

Quietly opening yesterday, the much loved coffee shop/roaster/school from Prahran Market brings another caffeine heavyweight to the CBD.

The new shop has a smart, open plan design with exposed brick walls, filament lights and good feng shui. There are no tables or food (yet), just benches and coffee, very good coffee. In addition to the espresso based stuff there’s the pour over coffee that won Market Lane so many admirers over the river, with tongue-twisting names like the Eleuteria Villca from Bolivia and the Kenyan Gethumbwini, as well as a guest blend every month.

With opening hours based around the market times, we reckon the new Market Lane might be set to rival the boreks and kranskys as a must-stop Market shop.

Market Lane Victoria Market
109 – 111 Therry St, Melbourne
Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat 7am – 3pm
Sun 9am – 4pm
www.marketlane.com.au/coffeeclub.asp


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