Exploring Melbourne laneways is just what you do for the true Melbourne experience.

Flinders Lane was originally called Little Flinders Street until 1948. It was once the centre of Melbourne’s clothing industry, or "rag trade" and a true thoroughfare.

The rag traders who dwelt there dubbed themselves "Lane-people” and they affectionately named it "the Lane".

Today, Flinders Lane is the home to fine dining restaurants and fashion boutiques including our Flagship store at 268 Flinders Lane.

If you haven't explored Melbourne in a while and are looking for somewhere to eat, Flinders Lane has endless delicious options including Chancery LaneChin ChinCodaCumulusGimletKisuméNomad and Supernormal.
We'd love to hear which is your favourite restaurant on Flinders Lane.
Et Al x

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