To celebrate 32 years of some of the best, most unique and heartfelt animation to ever grace our screens, the very discerning folk at Supersmall Club will be hosting a massive (unofficial) party dedicated to none other than Studio Ghibli. The iconic Japanese animation film studio has inspired a pop-culture soiree of the kind Melbourne rarely sees, with an homage to the likes of Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle and Ponyo in the form of cocktails, decor, costumes, and visuals.... Read More | Share it now!
What is Australian cuisine, and in particular, modern Australian cuisine? At 12-Micron, this means creating a space that showcases the very best this country has to offer, from the cuisine to the interior, from the produce to the plates they ultimately sit on. This is what Barangaroo’s latest stands for right down to its namesake, after the desirable fine 12-micron wool fibre which, much like an ingredient in the kitchen, can be refined into something beautiful and delicious.... Read More | Share it now!
With celebrated chef David Tsirekas taking care of the food, Sydney’s ambitious 1821 already has a lot going for it. Now they’ve gone and opened up a slick looking basement bar downstairs, a bunker bar named Odessa, with luxury notes of gold and velvet to match a menu that reads with a hearty list of cocktails and wine.... Read More | Share it now!
This Easter, Wollongong is grilling up to become a part of the growing barbecue scene as Crafted Live: Brewed & BBQ’d launches at MacCabe Park. The Australian Barbecue Alliance (ABA) has sanctioned this one of a kind event to showcase low n’ slow competition BBQ, along with a heady dose of a craft beer & cider, live music from Aussie rocker Tex Perkins and blues musician Ash Grunwald, masterclasses and more.... Read More | Share it now!
Continuing the swift roll out of Neil Perry’s popular Burger Project chain, the celebrated fine dining chef has officially announced a big expansion in Melbourne, giving the city it’s third outlet as the brand opens this week at Melbourne Central. The shop will be located on the ground floor of the LaTrobe Street shopping centre from Friday 24th March, pumping out this house-made gourmet burgers that has so far seen Burger Project become a major name in the world of fast-casual in Australia. ... Read More | Share it now!
Keep walking through the luxurious lobby at Pier One Sydney Harbour and you’ll hit the wharf, the permanent location for casual food slinger The Kerrigan, a protein focused food shack that’s dishing up some worthy competition to the burger lords of Sydney. Next to smoked beef brisket and Korean fried chicken wings sits a beautiful looking signature burger that we just happen to have the recipe for. For all you home-burg aficionados, give this one a spin and see if you can recreate this beauty from the ground-up.... Read More | Share it now!
Held from 31 March – 9 April, the upcoming 2017 Melbourne Food & Wine Festival (MFWF) sounds as if it will be the long-standing festival’s biggest yet. Currently in its 25th year, the annual festival has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a small 12 event program back in 1993. Nowadays, the MFWF consists of more than 200 events, featuring world renowned food and wine experts including award-winning chefs, winemakers, authors, critics, fresh food producers, and more. ... Read More | Share it now!
Celebrating Nepal’s traditional Holi festival of colour and love, M Festival comes to the Coburg Velodrome on Sunday 26th March just in time for the end of summer. Prepare for a mouthwatering day featuring dumplings, bands, DJs, Nepalese and eastern stage performances, market stalls, food trucks and amusement rides! ... Read More | Share it now!