Starting from this Thursday, Huxtaburger will be introducing a total of four new snack items to dish up alongside their infinitely popular burgers, starting with some panko crumbed Skull Island Banana Prawns with homemade aioli and a fresh wedge of lemon, which will be introduced onto the menu this week (Thursday 24th March) just in time for the Easter break. ... Read More | Share it now!
Sydneysiders, Melbournites and for the first time ever, Kiwis rejoice! The hugely popular and expansive GABS Beer, Cider & Food Festival (formerly known as the Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular) is back bigger, better and more bevvy laden than ever before in May, and will see more than 400 craft beers and ciders including 120 ‘Festival Beers’ and 10 ‘Festival Ciders’ produced exclusively for GABS by the best producers Australia and New Zealand have on offer.... Read More | Share it now!
Melbourne’s popular Gauchito Gil’s Malbec World Day is making its way to Sydney for the first time, with the event set for Saturday, 23rd April. Named for the legendary, Robin Hood-like Argentine character, Gauchito Gil (who was also known as the Patron Saint of Thieves), the event is organised through Bottle Shop Concepts, who have also run events Game of Rhones and Pinot Palooza.... Read More | Share it now!
With the growing trend of tea appreciation in Australia, Tea Festivals Australia (organisers of Sydney Tea Festival) will be bringing Melbournians a tea celebration of their own. 2016 will mark the inauguration of the Melbourne Tea Festival, to be held on Sunday 29th May from 9am-4pm.... Read More | Share it now!
After sell-out events across Australia and New Zealand last year, Game of Rhones will make it’s noble return as it tours Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland, and Wellington once again this year across May, June, and July. Obviously inspired by HBO smash Game of Thrones (for which the season six trailer can be found HERE), this wine festival is a celebration of the classic grape varieties of the Rhone Valley in France, bringing in everything from Shiraz to Roussane in some of the best venues across the above cities for a wine festival to end all wine festivals.... Read More | Share it now!
Late-night bar The Belleville are gearing up to celebrate their first birthday in a big way this month, opening up Chinatown’s Globe Alley for the inaugural chicken and beer festival. For around 10 hours on Saturday 12th March the entire alleyway will be filled with The Belleville’s wildly popular rotisserie chicken, craft beers and spirits from the likes of Barrow Boys Brewing, Kelly Brothers, and West Winds Gin, and an impressive lineup of live music and DJ sets soundtracking all those good eats and drinks with the finest local funk, soul, and hip hop.... Read More | Share it now!
Urban Purveyor Group are expanding their multi award-winning Saké brand in a big way this year, as Melbourne is set to get not one, but two new venues that fall under the renowned contemporary Japanese restaurant, first with Saké Restaurant & Bar in Flinders Lane, and then with new concept, fast-fine venue Saké Jr launching on Bourke Street. ... Read More | Share it now!
Originally a crêpe stall in South Melbourne Market, Pardon My French has now opened a permanent shop at 396 Chapel Street, Prahran. The famed crêperie is the brainchild of head crêpe-maker John Milic and his partner Pauline Henley- Smith, and the move is a welcome one for their loyal customers, who wait patiently in line for a crêpe at their former location.... Read More | Share it now!