Get Naked Espresso Bar owner Jesse Gollan believes the renovated tram that has served as a pop-up cafe has endless possibilities.
Hot coffee will keep coming out the Royal Tram in Rosalind Park until November after council gave the installation an extension.
Mr Gollan said he is looking forward to the spring season.
"It's been a bit up and down over winter with the cool change come but with the last week of exhibition, we have seen lots of people coming through," he said.
"Coming into spring will be a much more beneficial four months as the weather gets nicer.
"Anzac Day morning, the start of the exhibition and Easter have been the most exciting times to be on the tram."
The future of the tram beyond November is uncertain with Bendigo Heritage Attractions and the City of Greater Bendigo considering options.
"I hadn't even thought about the future of it," Mr Gollan said. "It seemed like we had time. Now there is extra time, which is a bonus.
"Anything can be done with it, it's a really versatile space. We had a music event in there a couple of times and it is essentially blank canvas once you move the tables.
"You can definitely do a lot of things with it. We definitely want to be a part of it as long as we're welcome."
The Union Jack-coloured tram was installed in the piazza at Rosalind Park for the Bendigo Art Gallery's Tudors to Windsors exhibition.
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