Head down to one of Melbourne’s 12 Sacred Heart Mission op-shops for a big sale.
You're never too old to have a boog.
Try local Monger-chosen cheeses to start, then fill up with triple-cheese jaffles, and fire-cooked raclette, saganaki and more.
A new exhibition at Melbourne Museum explores the science behind our romance with gut health.
Walk down the nondescript staircase and let your eyes adjust. There’s no natural light at this bistro – that’s why it’s so easy to lose track of time.
The fiery Thai diner Melburnians and tourists have been queuing for since 2011.
The self-proclaimed queen of rice paper rolls in Sydney and Melbourne.
A fast and furious dumpling house.
A celebration of all things ballsy.
Small on space, but assuringly big on sharing and warm Thai hospitality.
This iteration of the Market Lane cafe constellation brings the same winning combination: great coffee, quick-and-tasty snacks, plus plenty of beans and accessories to take home with you.
Oli & Levi brings well-priced, honest fare to city slickers.
This tribute to the Big Apple offers the finest deli-style food around.
The team behind Kettle Black and Top Paddock go beyond cafes with this CBD spot inspired by hotel hospitality.
Say goodbye to soggy office sandwiches.
There’s no mix-and-match required at this modern salad bar. The killer combinations are thought up for you.
Drinks here include a boozy smoked-pear soda, and gin with jasmine and plum. Get yours alongside hibachi-grilled seafood.
An audiophile playground for celebrated restaurateur Con Christopoulos that serves up lobster mac’n’cheese with a side of sub-bass frequencies.
Whether it’s spaghetti, duck liver parfait or tiramisu ice-cream pops, the Grossi family’s new venture will guarantee you’ll be eating (and drinking) in style, post midnight.
Lively cocktails, pork-belly sandos and gruyere croquettes are on the menu at this dark and daring basement bar.
Zombie cocktails, leopard print and tikis everywhere (obviously). Check your everyday life at the door – it’s pure fantasy here.
Andrew McConnell goes vertical with this wine bar above Cumulus Inc.
Melbourne-designed practical and travel-friendly garments.
After they conquered the macaron, the folks at LuxBite opened this tart-focussed bakery.
This wine shop by Embla’s Christian McCabe, winemaker Patrick Sullivan and importer Eric Narioo stocks interesting (and at times eccentric) small-batch and responsibly produced drops.
Classical tailored pieces from city to sea by local designer Virginia Martin.
This tiny, technicolour Flinders Lane patisserie serves flaky croissants and fluffy doughnuts without the help of butter, milk or eggs.
The Japanese label’s only Melbourne store.
Welcome to the Deep South.
Each one of the festival's 600 shows is a great excuse for a pre- and post-show drink and dine.
Where to get your hands on one of the most-talked about snacks in Melbourne.
Keep your energy levels up.
Whether you like yours light, dark or white.
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