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HOT: Ayatana Love Prahran Market, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Spring Graze, 97 Chapel St, Windsor

September heralds the start of Spring and with it, the Spring Graze as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival‘s year-round program. The Spring GrazeĀ (1-30 September) is all out celebrating Victorian producers (the campaign is called Put Victoria on Your Table) and all around the state this month Victorian restaurants, cafes and producers are […]

HOT Chat: Carley Andrews of Ujamaa Hostel

Today’s HOT Chat is the first time I’m interviewing a Melburnian who actually no longerĀ  lives in Melbourne. Melbourne-born Carley Andrews now lives in Tanzania with her husband, running a hostel focusing on providing volunteer work opportunities. I was inspired to interview her after reading about her new project, a childrens’ home, which she has […]

Melbourne Neighbourhood Guides

Today I’m pointing you to a guest post that I wrote for the free daily enewsletter The Agenda, which delivers the best of what’s new, unknown or inexcusably under-appreciated in and around Melbourne (they also have a Sydney version). They recently featured a series of Neighbourhood Guides and I contributed Fitzroy. You can read all […]

HOT: Red Door Antiques and Yum Cha Cafe, 1-3 McIlwrick St, Windsor

I haven’t had dim sum in Melbourne other than at Shark Fin House for years. However, I was sufficiently intrigued by Red Door Antiques and Yum Cha Cafe to stray from my faithful yum cha restaurant and cycle across town to check it out. Red Door offers a small selection of dim sum in rather […]

HOT Alert: Week of 21 September 2009

Apparently this week there’s some sort of football grand final happening? I will be one of maybe two people in Melbourne nowhere near the MCG or a big screen TV: Tweeters of Melbourne unite. Tweetupmellers are having their next meet up on Thursday 24 September at The Social in Windsor; Another Friday, another Social Media […]

HOT: Grill’d, 157 Chapel St, Windsor 3181

Grill’d don’t just produce any burgers, they pride themselves on producing large, healthy and tasty premium burgers (a la Gourmet Burger King). From what I could see their clientele seemed to be mostly single males between the ages of 20-35, so it was only natural that it was RM’s first choice for a lunch spot. […]

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