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Spend a night down one of Melbourne's oldest laneways and see why Meyers Place is a popular spot for both traditionalists and new-school scenesters. Originally known as Nicholas Lane, Meyers Place connects Little Collins and Bourke up at the top end of town. Recently selected as one of the pilot projects for the city's new Green Your Laneways campaign, the laneway's grey walls will be brought to life by creepers, vertical gardens, window boxes and green galleries.

Join the arty types and suits that still flock to the eponymous bar that started the laneway drinking scene way back in 1990s. Climb the stairs and order your favourite at Italian home-style eatery The Waiters Club, which has been a pit stop for countless theatre fans and revellers over the years. Enjoy a drink in the Loop rooftop garden and look out across the city, tuck into Argentinian cuisine in the old-world atmosphere of San Telmo, or get adventurous with tailor made cocktails at Lily Blacks.

Content: Visit Victoria