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My WeekendNotes - 73
Those with a literary bent (or illiterate knit-picking pedants such as myself) would feel the need to point out that Bla... [more]
Mindfulness is one of the great rebranding exercises of our time: James Squire Golden Ale became "the Chancer", Milk Cof... [more]
Daylesford isn't all just about Hepburn Springs or the nearby bathhouse . There are any number of quality restaurants i... [more]
Williamstown's iconic Nelson Place is one of the oldest streets in Greater Melbourne with many of its building facades d... [more]
There's been a lot of hype surrounding Fleminton's pack 'em in Malaysian Restaurant Laksa King. Enough hype that hungry... [more]
Just out of Williamstown proper, behind a Feng Shui appropriate orange door you'll find the latest addition to the Dougl... [more]
Impending parenthood is an exciting time; one looks forward with nervous anticipation for when that first little bundle ... [more]
24/11/2013
If two people can walk out of a café with full stomachs, a wee dose of alcohol, a hit of caffeine and still have got som... [more]
Many moons ago on this website I investigated why a café latte is somehow regarded as less masculine than a flat white. ... [more]
Ragusa is a restaurant that manages to deliver meals that could be described as hearty yet still be regarded as gourmet ... [more]
When you say the words "all you can eat" to me, I will run faster in the specified direction than will a politician to a... [more]
To make the understatement of the season "it's cold out there!". During Melbourne's winter seaside villages lik... [more]
Ask an old timer to meet at you at the Newmarket Hotel in St Kilda and they may turn a whiter shade of pale. My uncle, ... [more]
In an old brick building along the old esplanade of Nelson Pde there is an old door. Behind this old door is a restaura... [more]
To a man, the word "big" is like sugar to an ant: we simply cannot resist hearing it and desire more, always more. We a... [more]
Anchorage Restaurant provides hands down the best dining experience in Williamstown, and possibly Melbourne. They have ... [more]
It's a funny thing the North Italian accent. It sounds almost French. Given the French border is about as close to Tus... [more]
For people of my vintage the name 'World of Food' will no doubt conjure images of Babu Baht. In an episode of Seinfeld ... [more]
Being the insouciant bon vivant that I am, a man-about-town if you will, I have been able to sample a number of desserts... [more]
Ah yes, Melbourne is a rich tapestry of cuisines and a veritable melange of restaurants lies in wait for we lucky few wh... [more]
Walking past Oskar Pizza on previous occasions I was sure the venue was called "Skar" pizza. I assumed the founder was ... [more]
It's nearly that time of year in Melbourne when bleary eyed sports fans come to the sickening conclusion that there is n... [more]
So you want ambience do you? Well from the bearded and heavily tattooed bar-tender through to the DJ's turntable (right... [more]
Sitting at a pop-up bar set up in the North Melbourne Town Hall for the Other Film Festival speaking with Deano from the... [more]
Wedged between Essendon and Moonee Ponds lies a small suburb-within-a-suburb named Aberfeldie. Occupying a relatively t... [more]
Sangam Tandoori has been a mainstay of the Nelson Parade strip for over a decade. Tucked in a narrow building, the rest... [more]
We always hear about food and wine, how Chablis goes perfectly with snails and Chardonnay with lobster. These days beer... [more]
If you measured a restaurant simply through popularity, then the Alfa Bakehouse in Yarraville would be one of the fines... [more]
Approaching Footscray station, commuters are met with one of the finest smells their olfactory systems can ever provide ... [more]
If you're in Melbourne for September you will get to observe the most significant religious festival in the city's calen... [more]
07/09/2012 - 28/09/2012
The class-clown answer is of course that one is from India, however the Australian brand James Squire produces both upon... [more]
There seems to be something in our genes that makes us feel attached to our homes. Maybe it's the safety of the familia... [more]
If you're cruising the well populated restaurant strip that is Nelson Parade in Williamstown on a Monday or Tuesday nigh... [more]
Society is full of people making summary judgements on individuals that lack depth, refinement and show a general lack o... [more]
As a suburb with quality cuisine, quirky watering holes and gentle sea-breezes caressing golden sand St Kilda gets all t... [more]
Slightly removed from the "golden mile" of Nelson Pde restaurants on Williamstown's rich and historic tourist area resid... [more]
Let me preface this article by stating that my beer palate was developed by my student days of sharing in the $24 slabs ... [more]
I must admit to feeling something of an outsider when attending the Hatha Yoga classes at Williamstown Yoga Centre. It ... [more]
For relaxed pre-movie drinks and nibbles, the Yarra Lounge presents a good argument for custom. With a variety of impor... [more]
At Chashar Bliss in Hawthorn the question is resoundingly answered in the affirmative. Not exclusively a vegetarian ven... [more]
If it wasn't so darn cold out during Melbourne's winter, I'd advise L'uccellino's proprietors to keep their door open; o... [more]
I get the feeling Bikram Yoga was invented either by someone who suffered from hypothermia at a young age or a free-lovi... [more]
Melbourne's winters can be miserable and the prospect of heading out on those cold July nights is often nothing short of... [more]
I innocently ordered a café latte while dining with friends at the Pint of Milk Café in Newport. When the waitress anno... [more]
If you're looking for a café that ticks every box including ambience, service, quality and price then look no further th... [more]
We keep hearing about Coles and Woolworths holding our producers to ransom and now we hear that 5-10% of their revenue... [more]
One of the major parts of Melbourne's culture is Australian Rules football - invented in that very city (though some his... [more]
Q. What are two shops you should not open with the much vaunted death of retail and switch to digital media? A. A recor... [more]
A recent review I wrote on the Britannia Hotel got me thinking about other mysterious, seemingly abandoned buildings... [more]
In the current live music scene those harbouring dreams of rock n roll stardom, following in the pub-rock footsteps of J... [more]
One of the constants at the bottom of Ferguson St in Williamstown has been the family owned Lion Dance Restaurant. Offe... [more]
For misguided international visitors to Melbourne who have been disappointed to find that kangaroos are not bounding dow... [more]
With its open fireplace, front bar and courtyard the Prince Albert Hotel has carried the attributes from its 1914 recons... [more]
Amongst the soaring real estate prices and inexpensive Asian eateries that characterise the inner suburb of Footscray ne... [more]
All you can eat, but classy! Melba Restaurant located at the Langham Hotel on Melbourne's Southbank is possibly the bes... [more]
When you park in Maddox Drive and observe the coarse grassland neighbouring J.T. Gray Reserve in Williamstown it's hard ... [more]
Built in the days when folk were smaller, the 'compact' Hot Poppy Café is part of a collection of café style dining esta... [more]
Exquisitely positioned by the water at Williamstown Beach, the Esplanade Café caters to the crowd who just want to pass ... [more]
Across the way from Williamstown Beach resides the charmingly quaint St Johns Ambulance Museum. In a small space you wi... [more]
Amongst the sexy restaurants and waterfront eateries scattered around Williamstown Beach the Williamstown Botanic Garden... [more]
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