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My WeekendNotes - 118
Get dressed in your best cocktail outfit and be part of a fun night out at this year's fundraising event at the Melbourn... [more]
20/10/2017
Just when you thought you had discovered all the burger joints in the Northern suburbs, we came across Burger Road! L... [more]
Boy oh boy, there was no way I could have finished this monster shake on my own! Scoops of rich chocolate ice cream with... [more]
Located right next door to the Yarra Valley Chocolatier and Ice creamery, Alowyn Gardens is a cafe and nursery with ... [more]
Located down beautiful historic Errol Street in North Melbourne, not far from the town hall you will discover Casa V... [more]
Just under the new Decco apartments in Ivanhoe is DOCASA! A modern cafe and restaurant with a bright interior that is f... [more]
The Yonder is a wacky lo-fi, sci-fi comedy which somehow involves a threesome with a squid! It will have you fasteni... [more]
23/09/2017 - 30/09/2017
Hey boys and girls are you ready for tonight's performance of Cactus and the Mime? Part of the Melbourne Fringe festival... [more]
15/09/2017 - 22/09/2017
Mushroom buns instead of bread sounds good to me! So if you are gluten intolerant and don't eat meat, this dish is perf... [more]
This dessert dish is a work of art! Not only does it look amazing, it tastes sensational! The chocolate and orange notes... [more]
It was a typically cold and wet Melbourne day, however, that didn't dampen our spirits as we were excited to be goin... [more]
Tinker, tinker little star! How I wonder what you are! Apparently on weekends, there are queues to line up at this ... [more]
Pink and white and all things nice, meet Sutsa Cake Bar, a new cafe recently opened in Station St, Fairfield! As soon as... [more]
Sugabuds Cafe is a quaint little shop in an old wooden church situated around the bend on Yan Yean Rd in Plenty. I s... [more]
Pencil in September the 2nd for the inaugural Fairfield Spring Art Fair, which will feature bespoke and affordable a... [more]
02/09/2017
Most people have heard of The Big Banana; an Australian icon almost on par with Vegemite for its timeless existence!... [more]
Having completed a few workshops now at 'Put Your Heart into it" in Northcote you could say I'm a little addicted! K... [more]
Brother Alec in Thornbury is a little cosy cafe amongst a string of cafes dotted along High Street. I popped in for lunc... [more]
The Omega Project by street artist Rone is a must see! This is not your average house inspection. It combines street ar... [more]
24/07/2017 - 30/07/2017
Having driven past Fat, Fried and Tasty or F.A.T many times, we decided to try it out for dinner one night after work. ... [more]
Poke the Bear is a cute bear themed cafe which has recently opened in Northcote, Mitchell St, just tucked around the... [more]
Patrick Pound The Great Exhibition is being showcased as part of the Festival of Photography. A Melbourne-based arti... [more]
31/03/2017 - 30/07/2017
Celebrating a friend's birthday we decided to try out Third Chapter, a recently renovated cafe/restaurant in Eltham. ... [more]
Open just 6 months ago on Sydney Rd, Brunswick, Mary Eats Cake is a modern and inviting tea shop which specialises in se... [more]
As part of the 10th Anniversary of Melbourne Magic Festival, held at Northcote Town Hall, Meta Illusion from Korea i... [more]
03/07/2017 - 15/07/2017
Brougham Street in Eltham is a mix of industrial, commercial and residential buildings. Just off Main Rd and before ... [more]
As part of this year's Darebin Food and Wine Festival, I discovered Kolache Cravings, a modern yet industrial bakery... [more]
In its fifth year, Melbourne Webfest is a 4-day event celebrating the best of Australian and International web serie... [more]
30/06/2017 - 02/07/2017
THE BALLARAT INTERNATIONAL FOTO BIENNALE PRESENTS DAVID LACHAPELLE! This year marks the 12th Ballarat Internation... [more]
19/08/2017 - 17/09/2017
Having moved to Montmorency only 6 years ago, it was only recently that we discovered Edendale Community Farm. It ha... [more]
After visiting the Denfair exhibition in the city, we decided to treat ourselves to a lavish fine dining dinner at Felt ... [more]
I spent Sunday evening wandering down Brunswick Street, Fitzroy when a giant animated screen caught our eye, so we heade... [more]
Second home in Brougham Street in leafy Eltham is tucked away in a very unlikely industrial, semi-residential street. Th... [more]
I just love coming back to Zimt Patissere and Bakery cafe in Surrey Hills. I am determined to try out each and every cak... [more]
The Eltham Farmers' Market is a bi-monthly market, held on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of every month, from 9am to 1pm. ... [more]
Just under an hour's drive from Geelong is a new Tree Adventure Park located in south-east Victoria near Colac - Otw... [more]
Located in a mixed residential/commercial zone in Brougham street, Eltham and just a few doors down from Second Home... [more]
Bringing back the Swedish glitz and glamour of the 70's, Babba will get you singing and dancing non stop for the whole 2... [more]
13/05/2017
Nothing warms you up like a delicious warm sticky date pudding. The texture was light, topped with a layer of caramel s... [more]
The Windy Mile is a great little cafe, eatery, bar and venue to spend a Friday night or Saturday afternoon listening to ... [more]
Pink bun? Hell, yes! This deliciously tasty veggie burger comes with a beetroot brioche bun. The patty is made from rice... [more]
Lisa Watson is a local Banyule visual artist who works with mixed media, combining photography, installation, sound ... [more]
28/04/2017 - 07/05/2017
If you wander far enough down Chapel Street, Balaclava end, you will discover a tiny little tea shop that is definit... [more]
Celebrate the longest night of the year at Edendale farm this year. It's on Saturday 17th June and a wonderful night... [more]
17/06/2017
DENFAIR will open its doors to the public for one day on Saturday 10th of June. A unique opportunity to experience t... [more]
08/06/2017 - 10/06/2017
Located in leafy Templestowe, the name "Down the Rabbit Hole" seems appropriate for this new cool cafe which has jus... [more]
Look out for The Food Truck Park on High Street, Preston. They have regular food events - anything from the chocolat... [more]
14/04/2017 - 17/04/2017
Michael Parker Gallery is located in Daylesford, spa country Victoria. The retail gallery shop Is located on popular... [more]
Harvest food festival at Eastland shopping centre was a free one-day event showcasing over 80 local chefs, producers... [more]
07/05/2017
Charlie & Leo's is a fresh, modern and a vibrant addition to the strip of shops in Main Rd, Lower Plenty. The simple... [more]
Looking to do something fun, interactive and free with the family? Why not head down to ACMI at Federation Square an... [more]
02/04/2017 - 05/11/2017
One word, WOW! Who knew you could have soo much fun in a bath tub! SOAP is a new contemporary show part of the Melbo... [more]
As a Banyule resident living in the green belt of Melbourne's North Eastern suburbs, attending the annual art exhibi... [more]
30/03/2017 - 13/05/2017
Located at Preston market in the food section, you can't miss Calavera. It's on a corner with distinct concrete decorati... [more]
Always wondered what Lip stands for? Life in Provence. The concept is based on the way food is made and it's no surp... [more]
Sydney road has an abundance when it comes to cafes and restaurants. However, you can't miss Vintage Aesthetic Cafe ... [more]
Celebrating and giving thanks to the good earth, our farmers and the cycle of the seasons is what Ceres Harvest ... [more]
25/03/2017
A free furniture exhibition currently on at the NGV international. The collection on display range from the 1980... [more]
17/03/2017 - 17/11/2017
Having seen Bill Henson's Landscape exhibition at the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum (CAGHM), I was k... [more]
10/03/2017 - 27/08/2017
I missed out in the Melbourne Tomato Festival last year, when it was held at Edendale farm in Eltham, so I was deter... [more]
19/03/2017
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