MFWF Feature: The House of Food & Wine, Your Culinary Home

The top feature of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival this year is undoubtedly The House of Food & Wine. The doors of this home, which is tucked down a laneway in true Melbourne style, have been thrown open just for you and your closest 14,000 friends. You’re to treat it…

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MFWF Feature: Fed In French, Melbourne’s First French Food Market

This weekend the founders of Paris to Provence: Festival Français de Melbourne are bringing us Melbournians another French french festival to obsess over; Fed In French.   What As a part of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, Fed In French brings us Victoria’s first ever (I know! I was surprised…

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Review: Ilya Health Bar, South Melbourne

I remember when finding something healthy on the go meant you had to choke down a crappy Maccas salad or just pretend you weren’t hungry. But now, you can’t drive through a bigger Melbourne suburb and not be flooded with a choice of health-conscious cafes and restaurants. Now this is a trend…

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The Hunt For My New Local, Phase 1: The Imperial, South Yarra

Since I moved from Bayside to Toorak I’ve been on the hunt for my new local, and given the huge number of venue in the area, you think I’d be spoilt for choice. The issue is that I’m picky. Like… Super picky.

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Why Your New Signature Drink Should Be BEE Mead

One fateful day I was in Dan Murphy’s buying drinks for a beach party we were heading down to and it struck me; I didn’t want to drink beer, wine or cider. I felt a bit down about that because anything tastier was going to be a right hassle to make…

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Review: Green Cup, South Yarra

After yoga on a Saturday morning, I just don’t feel like a big breaky. The other 23 hours of the day I do but just after getting all zen it just doesn’t feel right. I’ve walked past Green Cup in South Yarra so many times that I thought it was about time to…

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Review: Wabi Sabi Garden, St Kilda

There are a few things in life I just can’t pass up. Amongst those are bubble tea, talking to strangers dogs on the street and 1/2 price food, so when a friend told me that she had scored us a table at Wabi Sabi Garden and we were going to get…

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