Our last coffee stop was at St Ali's in South Melbourne. Some punters are just leaving.
This sign is all there is to identify its frontage.
I do like the orderly rows of pots on this nearby medium rise apartment block.
This is the menu. There seems to be a boxing connection. I would guess the a former use of the building was as a boxing gymnasium.
I grabbed the short black all for myself.
More boxing memorabilia.
It was another place I just never knew existed, hidden away down a lane. It was buzzing with atmosphere and people. The service was good enough.
The coffee bean roaster.
A nearby Indian restaurant. I tried three times to take photos, but they came out looking like the glass was wet when it wasn't. Perhaps my lens was. No, because a few minutes later I took the ones below.
It is a very colourful street.
I'm afraid I made some naughty hand movements at the figure on the left. Manny was very amused.
It was too late to visit this cafe, which I think also had three stars. Dead Man Espresso is an intriguing name.
Dimattina Coffee, a wholesale supplier which has a large market share in Perth, so Manny informed us.
The nearby Star Hotel, once a gay venue in the eighties where we spent quite a number of nights.