Two Bros on Blyth is Altona’s new double storey eatery and bar (Melbourne)

While Altona’s dining scene picks up the Melbourne suburb has welcomed a brand new double storey eatery and bar called Two Bros on Blyth, a permanent version of last year’s successful pop up of the same name by brothers Michael and Ehab Botros. The Botros brothers have set up just off Altona’s busy Pier Street, blending cafe and drinking culture to speak to those who don’t necessarily want to travel to the CBD to have a good meal or night out.

“We wanted to open a space where people could have a good time without having to go into the city”, said Michael. “Altona is growing rapidly with a diverse crowd of young families, couples, and singles who still want to experience Melbourne’s vibrant cafe culture and night life”.

Each day the cafe will rotate between breakfast and lunch menus while Wednesday through Sunday will offer dinner service, going through a range of Australian fusion dishes that include Beetroot & Lillet House Cured Trout, a juicy Korean BBQ Wagyu Burger, and a whole braised Lamb Shoulder. Food can be washed down with a curated drinks list designed by Pete Giannaris (ex-The Press Club) that features a selection of craft beers and a particular dedication to Espresso Martini cocktails.

With a take away cafe as the ground level and a cosy bar-dining space upstairs, the fresh new venue will be making full use of their space to service the local community as much as they can, planning a series of non ticketed and ticketed events including live music, DJs, food and drinks throughout the year.

Two Bros on Blyth

Address: 51 Blyth Street, Altona
Hours: Breakfast|Lunch 7 days from 6:30am-5:30pm; Dinner Wed-Sun 5:30pm-10pm; Late Night Snacks Fri-Sat 10pm-12am (open until 1am).

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Chris Singh

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