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Posted 20 Oct 2011 @ 9:51am
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The suburb of Balaclava in Melbourne's south-east may not be the best known or most desirable culinary destination in such a great gastronomic city as mighty Melbourne, but this place is an absolute treat, and well worth discovering for diners south of the Yarra. Venturing there from Northcote was a reasonable hike, but Punt Road was uncharacteristically reasonable on this Sunday evening, and...

Posted 15 Sep 2011 @ 9:17am
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The Workshop on Elizabeth Street at the top end of the city is an interesting spot. It’s somewhat hard to find, although not in a ‘too cool for school’ way: it’s on the first floor and the entrance to the staircase is actually on A’Beckett Street. As you enter, you are struck by its dark and moody feel, and almost labyrinth setup. It has plenty of nooks and crannies which would be perfect for...

Posted 25 Aug 2011 @ 9:40am
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You're standing on Wellington Street in Collingwood and you're pretty hungry. Hooray, you think, another delicious pub meal coming my way, how I love being surrounded by so many glorious gastronomic options in this fine city and, oh hark, here I stand betwixt so many gorgeous grottos that will surely sate me. But which to choose? 

 

It just so...

Posted 28 Jul 2011 @ 12:07pm
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You know those rare Melbourne days where despite being mid-winter you happen upon an afternoon of sunshine, where the crisp breeze is a welcome accompaniment to its warm glow? On those days, anyone who knows anything about Melbourne should head to Carlton. There's something about the suburb- renown as one of Melbourne's finest for foodies - and its tree lined streets, crumbly old terraces and...

Posted 27 May 2011 @ 5:09pm
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Slow down and step back to a simpler time, when good gals and beatnik boys would head to the diner for a shake and a shimmy to the jukebox. Tucked away at the far end of Flemington, across the road from Newmarket train station, Verb Café is a relaxed retro eatery that began as a book exchange many moons ago.

 

The place is set up with laminex tables, old soda signs and books on...

Posted 26 May 2011 @ 5:01pm
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Slow down and step back to a simpler time, when good gals and beatnik boys would head to the diner for a shake and a shimmy to the jukebox. Tucked away at the far end of Flemington, across the road from Newmarket train station, Verb Café is a relaxed retro eatery that began as a book exchange many moons ago.

 

The place is set up with laminex tables, old soda signs and books on...

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