Melbourne Good Food and Wine Show Giveaway!

Recently it must seem that all I do is provide giveaways on the blog…but everyone loves a giveaway and this one is too good to miss. So this week there’s double the opportunities to win! Australia’s largest consumer food and wine exhibition the Good Food and Wine Show is fast approaching this weekend on 1-3 […]

NOT: Rita’s Cafeteria, 239 Johnston St, Abbotsford

Rita’s Cafeteria had all the credentials of a place which would rate a HOT. Cool inner city venue. Artisan pizza. Funky Melbourne-esque décor. Owners with experience running successful food businesses. Smiling staff. So what went wrong? Gourmet Chick and I visited Rita’s on a weeknight and the place was full to the brim. The friendly […]

HOT: Wallace and Gromit’s World of Invention, Scienceworks, 2 Booker St, Spotswood + Giveaway

My favourite English claymation characters Wallace and Gromit are in Melbourne for a cracking exhibition at Scienceworks. If you haven’t been to Scienceworks since you were in school, now is the time to go and take your kids. As evidenced by the preview night that I was invited to, Wallace and Gromit’s World of Invention can be enjoyed by kids and adults […]

HOT: Storm in a Teacup, 48 Smith St, Collingwood

I’m a Melburnian and I’m a non-coffee drinker. Gasp! My hot drink of choice is actually tea and finally, in amongst the million excellent coffee shops in my neighbourhood, Storm in a Teacup has arrived to cater to those who are discerning about their tea leaves (and maybe even convert some diehard hipster coffee drinkers). […]

Art Melbourne 2012 Giveaway!

Every year I visit Art Melbourne, Melbourne’s affordable art fair, and this year you could visit too…for free! Art Melbourne is held in the grandiose Royal Exhibition Building and it is a hive of original, affordable, interesting art to suit every taste. As well as the 4 day exhibition there are talks, demonstrations, music, food […]

NOT: Money Order Office, 2 Drivers Lane, Melbourne

Lunch at Money Order Office is a gloomy, macabre kind of dining experience. The hidey-hole entrance is on Drivers Lane, off Little Bourke Street, and a set of stone steps descends into the dungeon (I mean restaurant) via an automatic door which opens on your approach with a creepy squeeeeak. I expected Lurch from the […]

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