HOT: Jurassic World The Exhibition, Melbourne Museum – tickets on sale now!

  Museum Victoria has just announced that Melbourne Museum will host the world premiere of Jurassic World: The Exhibition, opening on Friday 18 March 2016. The exhibition is based on Universal Pictures’ Jurassic World, one of the biggest blockbusters in cinema history. Jurassic World: The Exhibition is the closest any of us will get to a real […]

Melbourne Museum SmartBar – Giveaway!

Melbourne Museum is opening up next Thursday night 20 August for its popular adults-only Smartbar, with a theme for this event being Get Stuffed! Spend a night exploring the scientific and historic background of taxidermy with the museum’s experts. This adults-only event is stuffed with demos, drinks, talks and a dash of digital media that will make you […]

HOT: Lygon Food Store, 263 Lygon Street, Carlton

Lygon Food Store was a pioneer in Melbourne in the 1950s. This iconic Carlton cafe and food store opened 63 years ago as one of the first suppliers of imported products from Italy and it was the first shop in Lygon Street to serve Lavazza coffee. This unpretentious establishment has long been a favourite with […]

HOT: Queensberry Pour House, 210 Queensberry St, Carlton

Queensberry Pour House in Carlton is the kind of cosy hangout I wish I’d had back when I was a uni student. While my uni days are long behind me now, I can still pretend I’m part of the cool crowd that use Queensberry Pour House for their caffeine fix, meetings and a quiet study […]

HOT: Hotel Lincoln, 91 Cardigan St, Carlton

Hotel Lincoln (sometimes known as The Lincoln) in Carlton is one of the oldest pubs in Melbourne. Its most recent incarnation has turned it into a destination gastropub since new owners took it over late 2014. The outside of the hotel still looks much the same ie slightly seedy and dim but a light refurbishment […]

HOT: The Vertue of the Coffee Drink, 8 Raffa Place, Carlton

The Vertue of the Coffee Drink is a handsome cafe hidden in a laneway – behind a laneway – next to a servo in Carlton. While the entrance to the former horse stables is small (and positively teeny tiny when they only open the bolthole in wet weather) once you get inside it’s like the […]

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