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Yellow Bird - One of Melbourne's Coolest Cafes

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Yellow Bird is a cool cafe on Chapel Street where you instantly feel relaxed and pretty soon refreshed. It's a different vibe to many other cafes in the precinct. At Yellow Bird it's like time stops here with retro and vintage fit out. Its the hang out of hipsters and the eclectic. 

These guys open late with bar open to 1am and the kitchen to 10pm.

Once you sit down to enjoy the coffee and the cuisine you spend several minutes just taking in the quirk. Quirky yello lights. Quirky mounted birds. Quirky signage including a yellow wall with 3 bird cages.

Then you look up to see art mounted on the ceiling.

Tables and chairs are retro kind of diner look. A grungy concrete floor below and cool hanging chains next to me. The counter features beer logos all the way around.

The classic was the Alice Cooper album as the menu cover.

The staff are engaging and friendly and add to the relaxed ambience.

Come here for great coffee or even a quiet sangria.

The meals have a Mexican theme and include a dynamic hamburger that is becoming talk of the town, great nachos and Tijuana Tuesdays.

This cafe is legendary.

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David Hagger is a bald headed man with a penchant for finery, convivial dining, and festive culture. He honestly believes Melbourne is an impressive global city.


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