When someone, anyone, waxes lyrical about cafes in Melbourne, their raving can generally be taken with a grain of salt. But mention Patricia Coffee Brewers and your barista’s eyes will take on a dreamy sheen. It’s the kind of place that every coffee pro dreams of opening.

Patricia sits on the eastern side of Melbourne’s CBD, a stone’s thrown from Flagstaff and Southern Cross stations. You’ll find it down Little William Street, on the corner of Little Bourke.

Standing room only, Patricia is all about the coffee. With expertly trained staff and discerning customers – Patricia is a cosy little haven in from Melbourne’s mercurial weather that knows exactly what the hell it’s on about. It was started by St Ali/Seven Seeds vetaran Bowen Holden, read his story here and try not to fall in love with his passionate, commonsense approach.

Patricia sources, serves and beautifully repackages (for take home) coffee from Melbourne’s cream of the crop; the likes of Small Batch, Proud Mary, Market Lane et. al. are well represented here. Since its standing room only, you may as well order your coffee in a ceramic cup (black or filter $3.50, white $3.80), stand at one of the bars that line the narrow room and sip away.

For those who absolutely must sit, there are a few milk crates strewn around the laneway outside. There are a few pastries, cookies and the baked-treat-of-the-moment, caneles, but other than that, it’s coffee or bust. For me, it’s rare not to included Patricia in a visit to Melbourne.

Patricia Coffee Brewers
Cnr Little Bourke & Little William St.
Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Monday – Friday 7:00am – 4:00pm
www.patriciacoffee.com.au
03 9642 2237

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5 Responses to Patricia Coffee Brewers, Melbourne

  1. Keira Hussey says:

    It’s my favorite place for coffee at moment.There are all staff always lovely and enjoy, but definitely work hard, too.Coffee is consistently very delicious.

  2. Ramen Raff says:

    This is my favourite coffee joint in Melbourne no doubt! The milk texture is excellent and this is where I lost my canelé virginity lol

  3. I love this place! Can’t wait to visit it when I next get to Melbourne! Wish it was sooner rather than later. :)
    Cindy (A Foodies Joy) recently posted…NYC Group Reunion at Flying Fish (Pyrmont)

  4. If I’m going to take any coffee recommendation on board, it would have to be from you! Love that they have caneles too.
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  5. Katherine says:

    was that you behind the wall? Do visit Melbourne soon.
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