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Pull up a wooden crate or a designer chair and join Brunswick locals hopping from one newly-opened cafe to the next, switching to bars toward evening before patronising a hip eatery for a late meal. There's plenty of choice in Brunswick, with edgy, high quality bars, restaurants and cafes seemingly opening weekly on Lygon Street, Sydney Road, Nicholson Street and everywhere in between. Like every good inner city suburb there's an indie sensibility about the art scene in Brunswick. See into Brunswick's creative heart at Tinning Street, Death be Kind or upstairs at the Alderman. The lines between commerce and art blur at places like at Brunswick Bound with its arty books, music and film, modern design at Five Boroughs, exhibition-esque pieces for purchase from Mr Kitly, and curated fashion at Monk House Design. Make your own works of art at Harvest. See evidence of Brunswick's position as a destination for generations of migrants at the veritable atlas of Mediterranean shops and Arabic eateries, mostly along Sydney Road. Stock up on pasta and porcini at Mediterranean Wholesalers and stuff yourself silly at Middle Easter bakeries like A1. Taste modernised flavours at hotspots like Rumi and Mankoushé. Brunswick is about six kilometres from Melbourne's city centre and is easily accessed by public transport.