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Burgers and podcast booths: Morris Moor brings city vibes to the suburbs

Royal Stacks founder Dani Zeini (l) and Up Property MD Adam Davidson (r). Image: Supplied
Morris Moor, a buzzy new precinct in Moorabbin, is bringing Melbourne’s foodie culture to the suburbs with some of the city’s biggest hospitality businesses taking up space in the $100-million mixed-use development from Up Property.  Cult burger chain Royal Stacks and pastry supplier Penny for Pound are among the old tobacco factory’s newest tenants, which also include leading brewpub Stomping Ground, iconic furniture retailers Schots Home Emporium and Satara, and co-working and co-wa