Nike are bringing an interactive obstacle course to Collingwood Art Precinct (Melbourne)

Whatever happens when you mash a music festival with an interactive obstacle course is exactly what’s going to go down at Collingwood Art Precinct on Saturday 3rd March, as Nike Australia invite locals and visitors to The House of Go. For one weekend only, Nike will be taking over the precinct with what they’re describing as a sensorial celebration of Nike’s latest running innovation, the Nike Epic React.... Read More | Share it now!

Fratelli Fresh is serving up pizza with a whole steamed lobster on top (Sydney)

Fratelli Fresh are upping the decadent pizza game in Sydney come next month by introducing The Lobster to their already bustling menu of special and traditional pizzas. As you can probably tell from the image above, that’s a pizza topped with rich fior di latte, garlic and parsley and a freakin’ whole steamed lobster which has been brushed with garlic butter. ... Read More | Share it now!

Three Blue Ducks to open their first Queensland restaurant at the new W Brisbane

Not only is Brisbane getting an epic Australian return for the W Hotel brand with W Brisbane, but it has been confirmed that one of the property’s on-site restaurants will be none other than a Queensland iteration of Sydney-originated favourite Three Blue Ducks. The hugely anticipated April debut of the 312-room modern hotel will open up guests to all the trimmings that have made the hotel brand world-famous, from Bali to Hollywood, and there’s no doubt that Three Blue Ducks will be a major part of their unique offering.... Read More | Share it now!

Sunaana Festival set to rock Portland, Maine with a weekend of craft beer, food and music

Heating up for its second year in Portland, Maine will be Sunaana (an inuit word meaning “what is it”), a winter beer and music festival taking place across the enormous 30-acre Thompson’s Point and representing a surprising connection between the New England city and the Nordic country of Iceland. It was such a roaring success last year that the festival has now expanded to two days, perking interest from locals and visitors keen to dive deeper into Portland’s vibrant, and oft unexplored, cultural scene with a festival dedicated to the city’s identity.... Read More | Share it now!

Glenfiddich release ultra rare 1977 Rare Collection Cask for lovers of high-end whisky

Exclusively stocked at Heinemann Duty Free stores in Kuala Lumpur and Sydney Airports is an ultra rare single cask whisky by industry icons Glenfiddich. Found on the shelves across both stores thanks to a recent partnership, Glenfiddich 1977 Rare Collection Cask No. 15176 has been presented to whisky enthusiasts as a single cask, aged for 40 years with a modest RRP of AUD $4,352.... Read More | Share it now!

Gourmet Cinema returns to Melbourne this March

Gourmet Cinema will be returning to Melbourne this March, calling upon six of the city’s best restaurants to complement an eclectic film program screemed at the Caufield Racecourse. The annual outdoor movie and food experience will feature food and drink from four restaurants per session, with one hero restaurant taking creative licence with a special movie-inspired menu each night.... Read More | Share it now!

Ginkgo Bar & Dining is Darlinghurst’s new late-night dumpling pop up (Sydney)

Darlinghurst has got a new late-night dumpling go-to with Ginkgo Bar & Dining, a North East Chinese pop-up restaurant from the same team behind Ultimo’s beloved Harbin style restaurant Chulin. Owner Carly Jin and her husband Tim are aiming to make this a showcase for Harbin style dining, with a menu featuring over 16 varieties of seasonal handmade dumplings reflecting multicultural influences, and weekend opening hours that cater to the late-night, early-morning crowd.... Read More | Share it now!

Craft beer icons BrewDog are opening a $30 million brewery in Brisbane

Pioneering Scottish craft beer company BrewDog have announced plans to open their first Australian facility in Brisbane with production to commence by 2019. The name which has been at the forefront of the craft beer revolution in Europe for years perked the interest of the Brisbane City Council and their economic development board Brisbane Marketing, which teamed with the Queensland Government to secure BrewDog’s $30 million investment, which has the potential to create more than 150 new jobs.... Read More | Share it now!

One of New York’s most legendary parties is making its Sydney debut this weekend

One of New York’s most acclaimed and distinctive club nights (and labels) of the past decade is making a surprising trip on over to Sydney via reliable party people Astral People and Cake Wines. Founded by Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin, Mister Saturday Night will have it’s down under debut this Sunday 25th February at a secret outdoor location in Sydney’s inner city under the obvious name-change of Mister Sunday.... Read More | Share it now!