Come for dinner on this Italian street, the whole street is also an Italian restaurant, so you only need to consider which one to choose, not what to eat. I come in the evening on weekdays and there are already a lot of people. It may be crowded on Friday or Saturday, so if you want to eat, it will be better on weekdays.
Every time I go to Melbourne, I go to Lygon once. This place is much quieter now than it was a few years ago. I noticed that there are fewer open spaces than before, and there are many spaces waiting to be rented out. Only a few shops are crowded with people. Most ice cream shops are empty. Not as festive as in previous years. I really want to see this place come alive again.
This is a famous food street in Melbourne. It is not very long. Italian restaurants are more famous. Every restaurant has set up a tent outside the door with tables and chairs to greet guests. I came earlier and didn't have many customers. After I was full, I wandered around and found that every store was almost full. In addition to Italian restaurants, there are also Thai and Chinese restaurants.
It is said that there are more than 300 restaurants on this street and the surrounding area. I haven’t counted them in detail. If that’s the case, it won’t be the same for almost a year.
There are stalls everywhere. It's so unique. It's been a long time and still haven't left the market. Very unexpected, but not bad
Preston_Dominguez: Lygon Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3053, Australia
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