1. Windsor Castle

It wouldn't be a Windsor without a castle and Melbourne's no exception. Nestled in the back streets, the iconic Windsor Castle features tropical beer garden cabanas, great pub food and a cosy fireplace. Perfect for a royally good time all year round.
89 Albert Street, Windsor

2. Hawker Hall

You won't get a Windsor card without first wrangling a table at Hawker Hall. This casual pan-Asian eatery from the Lucas Group (Chin Chin, Kong, Baby) serves up 60-plus street-food inspired dishes from mock hawker stalls, with 18 matching tap beers. Be prepared to queue.
98 Chapel Street, Windsor

3. Messina and Pidapipó

Make your way through a world of flavours and weekly specials at Gelato Messina, voted the best gelato in Australia by the Good Food Guide. Compare and cast your own vote after a sweet stroll to Pidapipó Gelateria. Tip: check out the gelato cakes.
Gelato Messina, 171 Chapel Street, Windsor
Pidapipó Gelateria, 85 Chapel Street, Windsor

4. Jungle Boy

Escape the hustle and bustle of Chapel Street at the hidden cocktail bar Jungle Boy. Open the cool-room door behind the sandwich counter at Boston Sub and discover the secret entrance. Perch up at the bar, sip cocktails from tiki mugs and snack on poutine.
96 Chapel Street, Windsor

5. Tokyo Tina

Meet Tokyo Tina for a fabulous foray into modern Japanese street food. Expect wagyu beef tataki, pork belly bao and karaage corn balls, plus ramen and poke bowls. Japanese beer, sake and whisky complete the Tokyo snapshot. Book ahead for boozy bingo brunches on Sundays.
66A Chapel Street, Windsor

6. Alternating Current Art Space

A newcomer to the Chapel Street Arts Precinct, Alternating Current Art Space is an artist-run-space operating four contemporary art gallery spaces plus The Cupboard, a small project space, all with rotating exhibitions.
248 High Street, Windsor

7. Highline Restaurant

Embark on a high-end paddock-to-plate journey at fine-dining Highline Restaurant. Located upstairs on Chapel Street, via a hidden door, the restaurant was awarded a chef's hat in the 2018 Good Food Guide. Head Chef Simon Tarlington sources his produce from the restaurant's farm in the Strathbogie Ranges.
29 Chapel Street, Windsor

8. Ines Wine Bar

The charming Ines Wine Bar from Matteo Bruno (Hana, The Meatball & Wine Bar) is a distinctly Euro affair. Sommelier Raffaele Mastrovincenzo has developed a strong wine list and mixologist Stefano Cinelli knows all the classics. They encourage bottle service too, so you can buy and store your favourite spirit behind the bar.
150 Chapel Street, Windsor

9. Design A Space

Find yourself a one-off at the Chapel Street Design A Space store. The creative retail hub rents space to local independent designers and rotates the collections every month so you can browse an ever-changing range of men's, women's and children's clothing and accessories. You'll never get bored shopping again.
142 Chapel Street, Windsor

10. Mr Miyagi

Named for the fictional karate master made famous in The Karate Kid, Windsor eatery Mr Miyagi walks the line between contemporary cool and kawaii. The tongue-in-cheek take on Japanese culture carries over to flamboyant cocktails and Asian fusion bites that play with in-your-face flavour, texture and visual allure.
99 Chapel Street, Windsor

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