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4 things to do on a night out in Brunswick

By Jamil Allouche

Culture plays a big part in what makes Brunswick one of the best Melbourne suburbs to live in. For those who are looking to move to this vibrant area, what can you expect during a typical night out?

Brunswick is full of culture and charm, enough to satisfy even the most social of people, so we've compiled a list of fun and exciting things to do in and around the area to make your evenings in Brunswick memorable.

1. Eat

It should come as no surprise that the multicultural hub that is Brunswick has a veritable smorgasbord of restaurants and eateries available. Starting a night out, you might end up hustling to get a table at one of the area's top picks:

  • The Brunswick Mess Hall (which is also a great place to grab a drink)
  • Lady Carolina
  • Spotted Mallard
  • Tom Phat
  • Hellenic Republic

2. Drink

After filling up in one of Brunswick's stellar eateries, it might be time to hit one of the area's many bars. Brunswick is known as the 'hipster central' of Melbourne, so you can be sure to find room to pull up a wooden crate and find your favourite obscure cocktail. Here are some of the stand-out places to go:

  • Atticus Finch
  • Spotted Mallard
  • Howler
  • The Alehouse Project
  • Bridie O'Reilly's

3. Hit the Coburg night markets

A hop, skip and a jump from Brunswick is the suburb of Coburg. A fantastic place for people looking to buy real estate, the area is also known for its fantastic night markets:

  • Batman night markets. If food, craft beer and wine, as well as street art and live music sounds like a good night out, look no further than the Batman night market. Hailed as Coburg's best kept secret for a Saturday evening by the Moreland City Council. The diverse mix of food trucks and crafts stalls makes for a great (and delicious) time, and with the music line up kept tightly under wraps, it's sure to be an entertaining one too.
  • Coburg night markets. On a more well-known note, the Coburg night markets, held towards the end of the year, is a Friday night treat. The event has been around for over six years, and people who are looking to buy property in Coburg should make sure to mark it in their calendars.

4. Go pretend you're Beyonce

If you're a fan of "Queen B", you might be interested in heading over to Beith Street. There, a dilapidated little cottage featured predominantly in Beyonce's music video "No Angel". Filmed during her 2013 visit to perform at Rod Laver Arena, the 100 year old house has recently sold for $650,000, according to the Herald Sun. It's likely the run-down house will be renovated, so get in quick if you want to reenact the music video yourself.

There are many of reasons to makes the move to Brunswick. To find out more about this fantastic area, get in touch with the friendly team of experts at Ray White Brunswick today.

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