Time Out says
This corner café has set up shop in an old milk bar, and has become a favourite amongst suburbanites in the West.
Located just a short walk from Newport train station and only just around the corner from Port Phillip Bay, The Pint of Milk is a warm and inviting local hangout, and a prime place to scratch that caffeine itch.
The café’s interior still resembles its milk bar history, with the worn timber, old milk bottles and a image of an old school milk man on the far wall decorating the space. There are also a number of outdoor tables available, but be quick as they fill up fast.
The menu reads like a greatest hits album, but with a few tweaks on classic dishes here and there. Breakfast runs all day while the lunch menu opens at 11am. Bagels, scrambled eggs and avocado and feta on pumpkin sourdough are joined by a bean cassoulet and lemon and chilli grilled calamari to calm your rumbling stomach. There are also a range of home made biscuits available at the counter.
The drinks menu features the usual café fare with juices, teas and sodas all on offer while the good folks at Five Senses Coffee supply the beans for your favourite morning beverage.