UberEATS will deliver candy and last minute Halloween costumes around Australia today

In a bizarre but super convenient promotion for Halloween, UberEATS will be helping their customers, both old and new, get involved in the ghoulish celebrations by offering “trick or treat” packs in collaboration with M&M’s. Today anyone in the UberEATS cities of Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney will be able to open up the app and tell a driver to fang it on over to them with a bag of treat-sized chocolates (we’re making the educated guess that M&M’s will be in there among other things) and a Halloween costume, seemingly picked at random or from a selection via the app.... Read More | Share it now!

UberEATS are delivering free smashed avo around Australia this weekend

UberEATS seem to understand that torn feeling millennials now have to choose between saving for their very first home and tucking into a fund-draining, home-destroying smashed avo breakfast. The food delivery service, which recently launched all across the country is but the latest to weigh in on the #SmashedAvo debate that was sparked earlier this week when commentator Bernald Salt claimed that overpriced smashed avo dishes were preventing young people from saving for a home. ... Read More | Share it now!

Australia’s award winning rum festival is happening this weekend (QLD)

Now that it’s been named “Best Distillery Event in the World” from Drinks International Magazine, Queensland’s huge The Spirit of Bundaberg Festival is in a good position to further expand on the success of previous years. Taking place Saturday 15th October at the Bundaberg Rum Distillery, the wild celebration of good local food, great entertainment, and even better rum is set to fill the property with an array of returning features plus a few new ones, creating one big lively showcase of Bundaberg that lasts into the evening.... Read More | Share it now!

UberEATS has now launched in Adelaide, Brisbane, and Perth

As of today, Uber’s food delivery service UberEATS has officially spread throughout Australia. After launching in Melbourne earlier this year, and Sydney a few months later, UberEATS emerged as a fierce competitor on the local food delivery circuit, providing a service powered by and connected to Uber’s official smartphone app that allows users to order food and drink from some of the best restaurants in that city for an estimated delivery time of 10 minutes of less. It has proven to be a popular method of exploring each city’s rich food scenes, with the convenience that has made Uber a household name over the years. ... Read More | Share it now!

Pinot Palooza is bringing the goods to Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane this month

After successful runs in Adelaide and Perth in August, i>Pinot Palooza will be dropping by Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane this month for the country’s largest annual Pinot Noir and music festival. Bottle Shop Concepts have had Pinot Palooza as a star event on their portfolio for five years now, sitting with events like Game of Rhones as grape-focused celebrations of some of the best wines this side of the globe and beyond.... Read More | Share it now!

Mary’s burgers are headed to the Gold Coast for a pop up (QLD)

Following a successful return to Splendour in the Grass earlier this year, Sydney’s premiere grungy burger joint Mary’s will once again be heading up coast, but this time they aren’t stopping until they hit the Gold Coast. Owners Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham will be taking their cult burgers and popping up for one night only at rowdy Nobby Beach bar The Cambus Wallace, setting their sights on October 9th as one epic booze-slash-grease fueled party with Mary’s available for both eat-in and takeaway for hungry locals.... Read More | Share it now!

You can now get Golden Gaytime milkshakes and doughnuts in Australia

OTT dessert drinks are here to stay, get used to it. Those who embrace the trend have been one-upping each other for awhile now, and legendary queue magnet Burgers By Josh may have just won the game by introducing an alcoholic Golden Gaytime milkshake to the burger joint’s menu at The Annandale. Though a spiked honeycomb ice cream shake should be enough to satisfy those constantly seeking out anything to do with Streets’ sought after creation, the milkshake isn’t quite the end of the story; Doughnut Time have also announced that they are doing limited edition Golden Gaytime Doughnuts from this weekend.... Read More | Share it now!

Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards announces 2016 winners

To cap off yet another busy Bar Week, the industry came together last night at the 16th annual Bartender Magazine Australian Bar Awards to celebrate the past 12 months of outstanding bars across Australia. Always an authoritative lens through which to examine the massive scale of quality bars across the country, the awards ceremony celebrated those who have performed extraordinarily across a large number of categories, providing a comprehensive snapshot of where the industry is at right now, and which drinking dens have been kicking all the right goals.... Read More | Share it now!

Domino’s have just launched their biggest menu change in seven years (Sydney)

House party delivery (or lonely Netflix/Stan session) staple Domino’s have just launched what they are touting as their biggest menu change since 2009, slapping the ‘gourmet’ label on their popular pizza range as well as introducing new toppings, sides, ingredients, and desserts. Naming their new menu “Taste the Colour”, the massive company have put a big focus on making substantial moves forward for flavour, trading out regulars and bringing in new, good quality toppings like maple cured rasher bacon, cherry wood smoked leg ham, and more to really take your fast food game to another level. ... Read More | Share it now!

Arnott’s to bring back the original Pizza Shapes in response to backlash

Earlier this year Arnott’s did something very, very bad and ill-advised, inexplicably announcing that they’ll be taking the “if it ain’t broke, break it” approach by changing the recipe for their Shapes range. This unsurprisingly led to frustration and outrage, being that one of the country’s most loved snacks had been completely flipped upside down with new seasoning, seemingly to improve the range’s health rating (which probably works by making you not wanting to eat them at all). Negative feedback forced the brand to backflip on a few flavours eventually – particularly the much-loved BBQ – but the majority of Shapes flavours stuck to the new recipe.... Read More | Share it now!