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Articles: 26
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My WeekendNotes - 26
Anyone who has seen 'A Night at the Roxbury' will remember the idea the two brothers have for a bar: "Inside will look l... [more]
Picture this: a big night out. You've reached your limits of over-refreshment, and stumble around the streets looking fo... [more]
If someone wants to go to the movies these days, the first and foremost question would be, "What shall we see?" In fact,... [more]
Seeing a film at an actual movie theatre these days is becoming a rare treasure. With the rising prices of tickets, food... [more]
Luxury. It's a funny thing. Sometimes we want it, strive for it, do everything in our power to achieve it. Other times, ... [more]
When one thinks of Gordon Ramsay, one thinks of one thing: the F word. In fact, this one word is the basis of his entire... [more]
The long, winding road to Danny's Rusty Nail Restaurant isn't the greatest sign in the world. A long, dusty side road th... [more]
Finding a good cafe in a regional area of Victoria can be quite easy, or quite difficult, depending on your knowledge of... [more]
Finding a beautiful cafe in the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne can be a chore, so let me make the decision easy for ... [more]
Pintxos. Pronounce that as 'pinchos' and you'll be on the right track. A Spanish invention, the pintxo is a tiny snack s... [more]
How many coffees can one person ingest before literally imploding? This, dear readers, is a question that has haunted my... [more]
Trying to find Ra Cigar Lounge, like most word-of-mouth bars in the city, is a trial. Like the infamous Croft Institute,... [more]
Time for a little test. Rack your brain, and try and think of a winery that boasts a fantastic restaurant attached. Keep... [more]
How does one find the most hidden bar in the city? Very easy. Go to the creepiest darkened alley you can find. It has to... [more]
When writing a review of any cafe, the first thing to look for is if they have a website. If they do, it shows professio... [more]
Your feet touch ground at the corner of Lygon and Elgin streets. You look around, gaining perspective and focus back. Su... [more]
Dumpling houses in the CBD are (generally) not a good bet, unless you are tired, over-refreshed and very, very hungry. T... [more]
Lygon St. is known for many things: Italians, restaurants, pubs, Ferraris, shisha pipes, Trades Hall. However, one thing... [more]
Brunetti. The name rings a bell to anyone who knows anything about Italian-Melbourne culture. But what have you heard? A... [more]
The night calls for something special. Be it an anniversary, a family get-together, or someone is just damn hungry: The ... [more]
Ever feel like French food, without the overtly insane price tag and snobby service? Not that all French eateries are li... [more]
The name may ring a bell. Huxtable. Where was that from again? A show…1990s…oh, that's right. The Cosby Show. Passable s... [more]
Melbourne is known for its dark alleyways, dark corners and darker personalities (hello, Lygon St…). But, for some, this... [more]
How does one begin to unravel the mystery of Neil Perry? Seemingly everywhere and nowhere at once, Perry has set up one ... [more]
For those reading along at home, consider your next night out. What will it entail? Some pre-drinks at a quiet bar, perh... [more]
A perennial favourite, Amici Bakery Café is one of the finest places to drop into on a cold winter's day for a rechargin... [more]