Richmond dating spots

The next step is harder: finding the right place to impress your date.

These aren't places for quiet, white-tableclothed romance.

They're fun, energetic restaurants and bars packed with atmosphere, where there's rarely a chance for an awkward silence. Be it a well-made Negroni, or a complex, multi-layered sipper, Melbourne has a wealth of places to partake.

We wanted to find out which restaurants were both good and good to your wallet: You'll always find cheaper options out there, but our first criterion was taste — then price.

We chose some of the most popular dishes on menus around town — things like tacos, sandwiches or pizza — as a jumping-off point, but we don't want you to limit yourself to those particular things when ordering out.

Think of each one as a window into the restaurant that we're recommending, and then go ahead and open the door and discover all the rest that they have to offer.

Two Sisters Bar and Books: small, low-key place in Hayes Valley with unique cocktails, classy music, intimate lighting, and constantly changing menu of light, fresh food.

For a higher-end dinner in the neighborhood, go for: Bar Jules - delicious California-style cuisine with an excellent wine selection OR Rich Table - hip, unique food. Mission Pie: excellent coffee, pie, salads, and quiche.

Take someone here on a third or fourth date for a fantastic multi-course meal. Two Sisters Bar and Books: small, low-key place in Hayes Valley with unique cocktails, classy music, intimate lighting, and constantly changing menu of light, fresh food. Perfect for a casual lunch before doing something active in the Mission / Bernal Heights such as hiking up to Bernal Hill for some stunning views of the city or dancing on the sunny back patio at El Rio. Mission Pie: excellent coffee, pie, salads, and quiche.

Perfect for a casual lunch before doing something active in the Mission / Bernal Heights such as hiking up to Bernal Hill for some stunning views of ...

The new wave of burgers are a breed apart from their mass-produced forebears – organic, free-range patties, golden brioche buns, house-made pickles and flavour to spare.

One constant is these delicious meals can be held in your two hands.

What can you get for or less when you're hungry?

Richmond is blanketed with food — the good, the bad, the pricey and the cheap.

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