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Drove into Melville one Sunday to experience the vibe there, we were a little disappointed, I think we should have gone on a Saturday, as not all the shops/restaurants were open. Nevertheless we had a good experience.
This area is hard to classify- there are some really nice cafes and hipster bars. There’s a great coffee place. But the shops are mostly used/secondhand items and there’s a general sense of unease waking around. But there were all kinds of people- I think...More
Melville is a great neighborhood to explore and discover.
I like that it had plenty of restaurants and Arty see and boutiques with access to nature with great views of the city.
Services such as a grocery store and laundromat are within walking distance of...More
Melville is a must visit for all Tourists, from the 27 Boxes Shopping centre, to landmark Coffee shops like De la Creme, or browse the 2nd hand book shops, Tattoo shops, Bead and craft shops or the Charity shop. Another must visit in Melville is...More
Melville is not longer the go to place it was some 10-12 years ago.
It still has a so or bohemian academic feel about it, but to be honest the little bars and restaurant of the old, the scatter of antique shops etc., has lost...More
Being half African American and Afro Panamanian I thought I will fit in in SA. Boy I was wrong. In melville it seems there is a mafia that preys on the tourist. I was followed into the restaurant Loney Hearts and my cellphone was stolen...More