Paris to Provence is back in Melbourne for the 10th year

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This November, Melbourne’s annual three-day french festival Paris to Provence will transform the grounds of Como House and Gardens in South Yarra for the 10th year running. This year is anticipated to be the best yet, with over 75 French exhibitors (spanning food, wine, books, homewares, fashion, gifts), events and workshops running across the festival, highlights are set to […]

See inside the Bumble Marquee at AAMI Victoria Derby Day Melbourne

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Bumble Founder and CEO, Whitney Wolfe Herd, has made her first trip to Australia to take part in the festivities. They’ve spent the AAMI Victoria Derby Day in the Bumble Birdcage marquee, which embodies femininity, with a focus on elegance and fun, the perfect backdrop to socialise, network and experience the festivities of Melbourne Cup Carnival. […]

Inside the Kitchens of The Block at The Gatwick, Melbourne

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They say that the kitchen is the heart of a home and in the world of ‘The Block’, one of the most watched episodes is the kitchen reveals. Along with the other room reveals, kitchen reveals showcases the best and latest trends in technology and design. This year, The Block is located in Melbourne’s iconic […]

Lover 3181 on Chapel Street Melbourne has a new menu for spring

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It was the Beatles who remind us what love is in fact all you need, so when Lover 3181 on Melbourne’s famed Chapel Street releases the news they have a new spring menu, you know it’s basically the song in food form. Lover 3181 stars head chef, Paul Turner former chef at Cutler & Co, […]

All about Horse Bazaar; the quintessential funky Melbourne eatery

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Well this will come as a shock to most people but I have never had Ramen.. Until now and since then, I have had it 3 times and none compared to what I had at Horse Bazaar. Before I delve into the ramen, let’s talk about Horse Bazaar. It is the prime example of Melbourne […]

Top destinations to wine and dine around Australia in 2019


The best places in Australia were decided on recently in the latest instalment of the national Good Food Guide Awards, marking the official launch of the 2019 Good Food Guide. Jock Zonfrillo’s Restaurant Orana (SA) nabbed the night’s top honour of Vittoria Restaurant of the Year – following his win in the Food for Good category last year, while Peter Gilmore (Quay, NSW) took out the prestigious Citi Chef of […]

What to look forward to this spring from Opera Australia in Melbourne

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As we move into spring in Melbourne, Opera Australia really starts to fire-up, putting on some of the country’s most astonishing opera productions for everyone – free and not! If it’s not the classics like Turandot or The Magic Flute, then you know Opera Australia will put on any combination of other sensational productions to whet your appetite. […]

There’s a Patron Tequila Day of the Dead pop-up party coming to Sydney and Melbourne

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Straight from traditional celebrations in Oaxaca, Mexico City & San Miguel de Allende, the Mexican Day of the Dead is fast approaching and Patron Tequila is turning it on in Melbourne and Sydney. Patron Tequila are hosting the ultimate Day of the Dead pop-up set to bring an authentic Mexican party to the city, but with […]