Photos: Peter Tarasiuk
Ray’s has lost none of its punch over the many years of northside service since Mark Dundon initiated his empire of caffeine. It’s also one of the originators of Melbourne’s treasured industrial chic, with exposed brick walls, brick a brac furniture and graffiti as art. Though Mark has long since moved on, Ray’s has never lost it’s hipster crowd skinny jeans crammed against skinny jeans at the shared table. Between the Atomica goodness and the exotic charms of the bohemian breakfasts, there’s never a dull day at Ray’s.