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Haute Cuisine Comes To Melbourne – Ladurée Opens Its Flagship October

  Ladurée, a world famous and beloved pâtisserie that opened in Paris back in 1862, is finally opening up in Melbourne, following the first flagship...

Ways to Spice up the Sober Months.

Holey Moley Minigolf Located at 590 Little Bourke St, Holey Moley Minigolf is an indoor mini golf course + cocktail bar. With its quirky décor...

4 Weird Foods & Where To Find Them

Melbourne is renowned for its cafe culture, its superior coffee and for being impossibly trendy. Here are some of the more unusually unique foods...

Why Limerick Should Be On Every Melbournian’s Travel List

If you’ve been to Ireland, chances are you would have already visited Dublin and/or Galway, the two most popular (and populous) cities in the...

Vegan Dupes For Your Favourite Non-Vegan Food

Transitioning to a plant-based diet can be a difficult process, especially with delicious meaty, cheesy temptation lurking around every corner. Luckily, Melbourne has a...

Legs Nibbled By Unknown Sea Monsters

When 16-year-old Sam Kanizay dipped his legs into the waters at Dendy Street Beach to relieve his soreness after football practice, little did he...

Jim Lawrie’s New Release: ‘Slacker Of the Year’

Following up from his 2015 release, Eons, Melbourne based singer songwriter has just released his latest album Slacker of the Year on Barely Dressed...

Rejoice! Coffee Is Good For Us

A recent study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and Imperial College London has concluded that the general consumption of coffee...

Anne Edmonds on the Edge

After consecutive Barry award nominations, Anne Edmonds is set to preview her new show, ‘The Edge of the Bush’, at ACMI on the 23rd...

Chop Shop Korean BBQ

A hole in the wall down Swanston’s neighbouring restaurants and stores that pays an ode to a butcher’s shop with a curved window opening,...