Eat’aliano by Pino brings classic Italian to Windsor (Melbourne)

With the opening of their brand new restaurant Eat’aliano, restaurateur Alessio Ali and Head Chef Pino Russo have decided to bring a little taste of the Mediterranean to the neighbourhood of Windsor, where Asian cuisine has dominated so far. The pair, who previously worked together at Mascalzone Pizzeria in Williamstown, aim to make their wood-fired pizzas the star of their authentic Italian eatery.... Read More | Share it now!

Chocolate fans rejoice! A Nutella food truck is making stops in NSW and VIC

The days of eating Nutella on white bread are over. The team behind the beloved chocolate hazelnut spread are on a food drive designed to get people thinking about new ways to eat and enjoy Nutella. In an Australian first a Nutella food truck will be travelling through New South Wales and Victoria handing out yummy samples to lucky punters on a first come, first serve basis.... Read More | Share it now!

A25 Pizzeria expands to Hardware Lane (Melbourne)

Docklands’ and South Yarra’s popular Italian eatery, A25 Pizzeria have made its way to the heart of the CBD, extending the team’s well-loved pizza place to the vigorous scene on the corner of Lonsdale Street and Hardware Lane. The new restaurant maintains a strong focus on classic Italian coffee and quick ‘on-the-go’ breakfast options for CBD early risers, while still providing the usual twist on favourite traditional Italian dishes.... Read More | Share it now!

Jack Daniel’s are bringing a pop-up Barrel House to Southbank for 150th anniversary (Melbourne)

2016 marks the 150th anniversary of the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee, which today famously stores 2.3 million barrels of Whisky across 88 barrel houses. It’s an impressive and landmark achievement for one of the most well-known names in the drinks industry, so of course they are pulling out all stops for events to commemorate the occasion around the world, one of which is bringing a pop-up Barrel House to Melbourne’s Southbank for 10 days of warm Southern hospitality, live music, and entertainment. ... Read More | Share it now!

Prahran’s Mount Erica Hotel revamped with Sunny Gilbert’s Spanish flair (Melbourne)

At a recent relaunch party for Prahran’s iconic Mount Erica Hotel, it became evident that the great pub revival that has been sweeping not just Melbourne, but Australia in general, is just getting started. The long-standing, much loved venue has undergone a substantial transformation with a newly appointed team and two shiny new areas, Austin’s Restaurant and Austin’s Pantry & Wine Bar.... Read More | Share it now!

Vin diemen returns to bring a piece of Tasmania to Sydney and Melbourne

For its second year highlighting the renowned island of produce better known as Tasmania, Vin Diemen returns to both Melbourne and Sydney, bringing with it a curated line up of wine, produce, and other beverages from the popular island state. Bringing the taste of Tasmania to the mainland since last year, the event plans to build on the success of its debut when it takes place this August.... Read More | Share it now!

Royal Stacks brings halal certified burgers and frozen custard to Brunswick (Melbourne)

Royal Stacks has quickly shot up to near the top of the list when people talk about the best burgers in Melbourne. Their CBD location on Collins Street has become so wildly popular that a quick expansion was a no-brainer, bringing the brand to Sydney Road in Brunswick with a few small adjustments to the signature menu, including halal options to meet demand. Often compared to legendary U.S chain Shake Shack, Royal Stacks are tightening their grip on the local burger scene with this expansion, blending up classic American-inspired fare with shades of Middle Eastern flare.... Read More | Share it now!

18-inch pizza by the slice joint “Pizza Pizza Pizza” opens at Meyers Place (Melbourne)

The classic New York pizzeria regularly serves as inspiration whenever a new by-the-slice joint opens up anywhere around the world, and this latest Melbourne diner is no exception. Simply titled Pizza Pizza Pizza, the new venue over at the Meyers Place precinct pays homage to the pizzerias of the 70’s, dedicated to serving carb lovers large 18-inch slices bringing together the flavours that have proved most popular for Melbourne in the past. It’s from the team behind the now closed Mr Big Stuff, and there’s a little secret small bar attached for those in the know (which now includes you!)... Read More | Share it now!