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Whether it’s Mother’s Day (May 14th Australia) or not, Melbourne provides every reason to extend celebrations of the mother to a full and memorable day out for the whole family.
A fun palace mini-golf bar, a new neighbourhood hotspot, a whisky specialist, and an ode to Absinthe – Melbourne’s bar scene never fails to surprise and delight.
Australian food can be hard to define but a few Melbourne restaurants are leading the way in serving up local flavours using native ingredients.
The World’s Most Livable City hosted The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards this week with a three day line-up of art, music, entertainment and.. oh yeah, food.
Victoria’s Attica and Brae are among the top 50 restaurants in the world, according to the prestigious The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards that were hosted in Melbourne last night.
Arts Centre Melbourne will be the canvas for culinary projections when Hamer Hall lights up this April, in a program designed by White Night Artistic Director, David Atkins.
This Melbourne Food Map is a curated guide to the city’s top 50 food and drink experiences.
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards will be live-streamed at Federation Square in the world’s first public countdown and screening of the prestigious event.
Melbourne becomes a mecca for foodies when the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival collides with the World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards.
Victoria’s top kitchen talent comes together this month to do their bit for children displaced by the conflict in Syria. Following the inspiring success of #CookForSyria in the UK, the Australian […]
Ideas for day-stop cruise passengers – how to capture the essence of Melbourne in just 12 hours.
As part of an annual international chef swap called The Grand Gelinaz! Shuffle, two Victoria chefs, Dan Hunter of Brae and Ben Shewry of Attica, were invited to be part of an elite group of 40 Chefs from around the world to swap homes and restaurants for a one night only dining experience.
Food trends come and go in the culinary city of Melbourne, but there is one cooking style that is deeply entrenched within the culture of the Australian people and landscape.
Six new rooftop bars have opened in the city just in time for summer.
Tap wine served direct from the keg has gained popularity for both value and quality.
Melbourne is a moving feast for foodies – here is a selection of the latest plates being gobbled up by the city’s foodies.