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    Good Food Guide reveals Australia’s top dining destinations for 2018

    In what is ubiquitously Australia’s most beloved and prestigious totem of recognition in the world of gastronomy, the Good Food Guide Awards have named their winner and other notables for the coming year. Hint: they’re good. MORE: There’s a new Mexican restaurant with style, Chula, opening in Potts Point Ben Shewry’s Attica (VIC) received the night’s top honour […]

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    Scandi interiors just got a new name thanks to IKEA: YPPERLIG

    IKEA have teamed up with iconic Danish design duo HAY to create the ultimate Scandi collection of dreams – the YPPERLIG collection that drops in stores today. MORE: Remember that time IKEA sold artwork off the walls at the Art Gallery of NSW? The collection is everything you could’ve dreamt up of when it comes […]

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    West Hollywood’s newest hotel in the heart of the Design District, La Peer

    Around the corner from Craig’s, down the road from The Abbey, super close to the West Hollywood design district and located just a stone’s throw from West Hollywood’s most recently completed hotel The Jeremy West Hollywood stands La Peer Hotel. Or more, what will be La Peer Hotel when it’s completed this November. It will […]

LIFESTYLE

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MLC Centre unveils Disposable Truths by Marina DeBris

As much as we want it to, making the world more environmentally conscious doesn’t happen at the snap of your fingers. Though that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. By taking just baby steps and making small changes to our daily habits we can and do make a difference. Marina Debris has made a career […]

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Hilton Sydney has a new seasonal menu with asparagus that’ll blow your mind

The start of September marks the beginning of spring for the Hilton Sydney and its in-house eatery, the Glass Brasserie. The obvious thing to be excited about is the warmer months ahead, but something that’s just as exciting is the in season produce that we can finally get our hands on. One of the vegetables […]

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Melbourne artist “Rone” paints portraits on grain silos in the Mallee

When thinking of farms, few things like animals and corn fields come to mind instantaneously. Visually, one thing commonly found on farm lands are those giant grain silos. You see them when driving through the countryside, sticking out like sore thumbs in otherwise very flat lands. The street art community is a grassroots movement that […]

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Travelling? Here’s a guide on how to tip when abroad

When you’re an Aussie overseas, the one thing you quickly learn you won’t like is the almost globally-accepted custom of tipping. It sucks. But it doesn’t seem like it’s going anywhere, any time soon, so getting your head around how to do it right is vital. Here’s how it goes courtesy of language masters, Babbel… Tipping […]

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Sydney chicken institute Chargrill Charlie’s is moving to the Inner West

It’s finally happened! Chargrill Charlie’s, the renowned chicken (and everything else) restaurant and takeaway that Justin Bieber famously ate at in Manly, is moving west. The shining beacon of trendiness in the Sydney local of the Inner West is getting its own chicken joint and it’s going to revolutionise locals’ lives. Gone are the days […]

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Can’t get to LA? California Burgers on Chapel Street is the next best thing

For foodies who have been fortunate enough to travel to LA, you know that the first meal will usually be something typically American and fried like a burger and fries. For those who are yet to travel to LA for either, look no further than Chapel St’s very own California Burgers for the hit you’re […]

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McDonald’s and Monopoly are making sweet nostalgia together

Remember those rainy days, stuck at home as a kid? The family all around and before the days mobile phones, Netflix and DVDs came along and turned us all into digital-addicted vegetables? They were nicer days. And now thanks in large part to McDonald’s and Monopoly, they’re back with something a little more unique to […]

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One Penny Red in Summer Hill Sydney is a lunchtime must

If you like good food and great wine then One Penny Red in Sydney is where you want to be. Built into an old heritage listed post office in Summer Hill, One Penny Red has taken the 114-year-old building and created a modern day restaurant with a new unique menu that’s anything but dated. Inspired […]

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10 tips to throw a party like Sydney’s party King, Philip Carr

If there’s one thing in life you don’t want to stuff up, it’s a party. There are so many things to consider from the food, to the guests, drinks to the decorations and everything in-between. How do you do it right? If party-maker Philip Carr has anything to do with it, apparently it’s knowing 10 […]

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Nobu Hospitality is slowly taking over more of Europe

Nobu isn’t just for quality Japanese food anymore. It’s for more. And Robert De Niro is making sure of it. The globally established luxury lifestyle brand Nobu Hospitality, founded by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper, and Selenta Group, has just opened a new location in Barcelona, Spain and it’s glorious.  Nobu Hotels and Restaurants are a […]