HOT: Melbourne Art Book Fair, NGV International, 180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne

Melbourne Art Book Fair is back at NGV International for the second year after a very successful event in 2015 when 16,000 people attended. Tonight was a very busy preview session before the main event this Saturday and Sunday.  Melbourne Art Book Fair is a free event featuring book launches, talks and performances. The Great Hall […]

HOT: Zero Gradi, 1/93-97 Lygon St, Brunswick East

Zero Gradi Brunswick East is the gelateria by the folks behind 400 Gradi, who serve up authentic award-winning Neapolitan pizza in Brunswick East, Crown Melbourne, Essendon and soon Eastland. Their gelateria is going to no doubt draw the same eager crowds as it lures people with gelati and pastries made daily in the 400 Gradi kitchen […]

ANZAC Day 2016 – Services in Melbourne

There are many ways to commemorate on ANZAC Day so here’s a list of all the ANZAC Day services in Melbourne. MELBOURNE CBD Shrine of Remembrance Dawn Service and March (Mon 25 Apr) – click here to download a full guide to ANZAC Day in Melbourne. Note that large numbers always attend this service so […]

HOT: District North, 678-680 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds

District North cafe is a new addition to the increasingly interesting dining out scene in Moonee Ponds and Melbourne’s inner north-west. It’s a bright beautiful building in amongst the rather dingy and grey surroundings of Mt Alexander Road, a peacock amongst the pigeons. The Scandi-chic cafe is only 8 weeks old and already has a signature dish […]

HOT: Tim Ho Wan, 15-17, 206 Bourke St, Melbourne

Tim Ho Wan has finally opened its restaurant in Melbourne and amazingly, the queues are not that long (if you time it right)! For those who don’t know, the original Tim Ho Wan is the famous tiny 30-seater dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong – and the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant in the world. It’s received one […]

HOT: Honeycomb Hideout, Dennis St, Footscray (entry via unnamed laneway)

Honeycomb Hideout is a new Footscray bar that opened this week thanks to the owners of local pasta restaurant Fox in the Corn. The minuscule bar is the result of a hole cut out of Fox in the Corn‘s original prep kitchen (which has never been used) and a small courtyard where the staff used […]

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