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Taxi Kitchen

January 21, 2020

I have tended to avoid the heart of Melbourne for quite a few years now and have focused my attentions on restaurants, venues and travel in the outer regions of the city. I [...]

48 days and counting down…

December 28, 2019

We haven’t even started 2020 yet, but don’t say you haven’t been forewarned – there is no excuse to get it wrong! When it comes to Valentine’s [...]

Best burgers in town

April 18, 2019

Set back from the busy highway, The Oven Twist restaurant in Ringwood might be a little out of view for a discerning diner. If you are looking for somewhere in the Ringwood [...]

Best service wins over

February 6, 2019

I’ve recently been tasked with the job of creating a cheese wheel cake for a wedding. For those who don’t know, a cheese wheel cake quite often replaces a traditional [...]

The art of alcohol

July 10, 2018

It’s dark, moody and it’s hidden behind an unidentified door in one of Melbourne’s laneways. Eau de Vie is one of Melbourne speakeasy style establishments where [...]

Chin Chin

July 10, 2018

I’m very late catching on to the Chin Chin phenomenon in Melbourne, and when I say ‘phenomenon’ I mean that people queue for hours in peak times to dine at this Asian [...]

Trentham and beyond

June 30, 2018

Discovering long forgotten parts of Victoria is one of my passions and for me, there is nothing like being the passenger in a comfortable car visiting towns that I [...]

Seiko Glamps it up in Melbourne

September 18, 2017

Glamp Cocktail Bar on Little Collins Street hosted members of Melbourne’s social scene along with key watch collectors around the country, for the official opening of [...]

FASHION+AID partners with Harrolds

July 20, 2017

FASHION+AID has announced an exclusive partnership with luxury boutique department store, Harrolds. Harrolds are set to showcase some of their stable of the world’s finest [...]

GET YOUR SKATES ON!

June 2, 2017

The most fun thing to do this winter – outdoor ice skating at Fed Square – is coming back to the River Terrace for a third year.  And to make sure no-one misses out, [...]

Célébrer la gastronomie Française

March 27, 2017

From the creator of Paris to Provence comes Melbourne’s first dedicated French Food Market which launches at the opening weekend of River Graze at the 2017 Melbourne [...]

Extra sparkle for Melbourne’s Emporium

November 23, 2016

Mickey’s Magical Christmas Tree; Emporium Melbourne and Disney Reimagine a Christmas More Magical. Emporium Melbourne has teamed up with The Walt Disney Company to add a [...]

Melbourne’s Pizza Trap

November 9, 2016

Johnny Di Francesco has become a well-known and respected name during the last few years with the opening of his hugely successful restaurants known under the banner [...]

Viktor&Rolf

September 26, 2016

To celebrate the opening of the world premiere exhibition, Viktor&Rolf: Fashion Artists, Dutch designers Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren from avant-garde fashion house [...]

Cultural light show returns

August 11, 2016

Following a hugely successful festival in Melbourne last year, the Dandenong Festival of Lights is set to amaze Melbourne once again with its brand new show. Dandenong [...]

Work in or near the heart of Melbourne?

March 22, 2016

Lunch time can become really humdrum when you have limited time. You tend to leave your office, go to the usual coffee shop downstairs, rush down your food, then back to [...]

From a common ancestor

February 28, 2016

by Carol Sheridan. Melbourne, Australia: I had heard of Chapel Street’s Kin restaurant but so far hadn’t found the time to venture there to give it a try. So, I was quite [...]

Walk for prems

October 9, 2015

On Sunday 25 October people across Australia will walk in support of the 47,748 premature or sick babies born in Australia every year. Walk for Prems is the largest annual [...]