Cream of the Crop at The Age Good Food Month – Giveaway!

November is The Age’s Good Food Month in Melbourne and one of the many events happening is the Cream of the Crop. On Sunday, 23 November,  the Dairy Industry Association of Australia will be hosting the first ever Cream of the Crop, a dairy festival! For a mere $20 (kids under 12 are free) you will […]

World Cup 2014 Festival of Football – Giveaway!

The Festival of Football will be taking over the historic George Cinemas in the heart of St Kilda to screen every match of the 2014 World Cup across three huge cinema screens. The Festival of Football will kick off with the first match between Brazil and Croatia at 6am on Friday 13 June and will […]

The Age ‘Forever Curious’ for Good Food Month + Giveaway!

 Sponsored by Nuffnang During November Melburnians have been eating, drinking and getting outdoors for the inaugural The Age Good Food Month and last week a few lucky Epicure readers were treated to a very special lunch as part of The Age’s Forever Curious campaign. Forever Curious is all about encouraging readers to uncover the stories that are just […]

HOT:, 1/173-177 Barkly St, St Kilda

The partnership of Remo Nicollini, restauranteur, and Lino Maglione, master pizza maker, have recently opened a new casual Italian eatery called in St Kilda. The two previously owned award winning pizzerias +39 and one of my CBD pizza haunts Espressino, then moved away to build the original in Sorrento and start Docklands favourite […]

HOT: Baker D Chirico, 178 Faraday St, Carlton

Happy Easter! Every year my quest for Melbourne’s best hot cross buns starts the day after Shrove Tuesday. I don’t give anything up for Lent – instead I start eating a lot of fruit and spice bread products. Rather than write a long-winded post about all the good, bad and ugly hot cross buns I’ve […]

HOT: Fly Me To the Moon, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Palais Theatre, St Kilda

The 2011 Melbourne International Jazz Festival kicked off at the glamorous Palais Theatre with an opening night of jazz standards reinterpreted by a group of not-your-usual jazz vocalists – Tex Perkins, Paris Wells, Eddie Perfect and Kimbra. The four singers rotated two or three songs over two acts, accompanied by the impressively tight Sam Keevers […]

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