Time Out says
Tucked away just off High Street and housed in a repurposed corner store is a quaint little café that oozes charm. Red Door Corner Store has made a name for itself amongst Northcote locals for serving scrumptious brunch dishes with a distinctive Australian spin.
Step through the easily recognisable red doors and take a seat in the welcoming interior or the relaxing rear garden. The counter is covered with freshly baked pastries as well as jars full of cookies and other scrumptious snacks. The menu features a mix of popular brunch treats like the crumpets or apricot and fig fruit bread (both made in house) as well as some more fancy flare with the gin and citrus house-cured ocean trout and the brisket bagel with Gippsland grass-fed beef.
The menu also features information on where Red Door Corner Store source their produce, with much of it coming from local suppliers in and around Melbourne’s suburbs.
The coffee is roasted by the folks at Market Lane and Dukes Coffee Roasters while the tea selection comes courtesy of Storm in a Teacup.
70 Mitchell St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 7am-4pm; Sat. Sun 8am-4pm; Kitchen closes at 3pm|