A friend and I stumbled over Good to Go while on holiday. What an amazing place, good vibes, quirky and great food and coffee. I was cold and bought a scarf which kept me warm on our visit. I would recommend to anyone to check it out...and yes we did pay it forward. I was impressed and think that most towns could do with a social enterprise like this. Great work !
Social enterprise coffee spot where profits go towards training disadvantaged youth No word of a lie it was the best coffee I had while in Melbourne and it was in a paper cup!The street is filled with awesome graffiti art for your eyes to drink in while sipping on your fav brew. I'll be sure to visit again when I'm in Melbourne!
Visiting Melbourne, friend took me down this lane for sightseeing. I was more impressed with the coffee I found. I've given some cheeky 10s because these guys do more than just coffee...they do good. It's a social enterprise helping at risk youth so when you buy your coffee you're giving them experience and putting money into the organisation. BUT is the coffee good? Yes, temperature, texture, flavour were all on point. I would go back for sure. Don't forget to pay one forward.
What a cool little (and ethical!) hole in the wall. This takeaway coffee shop puts forward 100% of its profits to support for Melbourne's homeless and disadvantaged, and trains youth facing barriers looking for work. The young man who served me was a trainee with no previous coffee experience and he was so lovely. I think his name was Mem? The coffee was tasty, and I enjoyed the 'Talking Heads' playing onto the laneway.
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