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milk cow melbourne review

MELBOURNE | South Korean dessert chain Milkcow has popped up in Melbourne CBD, showcasing a variety of creative flavour combinations from April 1 to May 31 (a permanent store will be opening later on in the year). Currently operating 60 stores worldwide, Milkcow creates organic soft serve ice cream sundaes.

holy grail windsor review

MELBOURNE | Holy Grail Windsor is a bar that transports patrons to a place far away from Chapel Street, and by far away we mean north of the Yarra. More Brunswick Street than Chapel Street, you can’t help but be impressed as soon as you walk inside. The long bar

jungle boy windsor review

MELBOURNE | Jungle Boy Windsor is not the kind of bar that you simply stumble across. Why? Well it’s hidden behind the door of what appears to be a commercial refrigerator at the back of sandwich shop Boston Sub. As the name implies, the bar has a jungle vibe to

zero gradi brunwick east review

MELBOURNE | From the people behind 400 Gradi comes its standalone gelato-based cousin, Zero Gradi. The City Lane was there for the launch because we love gelato and 400 Gradi. Situated just a few doors down from the fabled 400 Gradi pizza restaurant in Brunswick East, Zero Gradi comes from

MELBOURNE | Although some would claim (correctly) that every week is good beer week, the official Good Beer Week 2016 is now rapidly approaching and will run from Friday 13 May to Sunday 22 May. Having started in 2011, the happiest week of the year has grown by over 500

bird's basement jazz bar melbourne

MELBOURNE | Looking for world-class jazz in Melbourne? With Bird’s Basement you might just get it. The City Lane was invited to attend the preview night and see what all the jazz was about. Hiding at the bottom of an unassuming set of stairs, stepping into Bird’s Basement feels as

In the Art of Entertaining Catering

MELBOURNE | Can tea be paired with more than just biscuits? The imbue: Dessert Edition aims to prove exactly that. The brainchild of Cheryl Teo from Flag & Spear Tea Hunters and Rebekah Hanna from In the Art of Entertaining Catering, imbue: Dessert Edition is a six-course, sit-down dessert and tea degustation

chapel st cellars windsor review

MELBOURNE | Chapel Street is often maligned by the denizens of the northern suburbs of Melbourne being overly pretentious and not sufficiently “cool”. While this may be true of the northern end of the Chapel Street complex, the Windsor area has a variety of excellent establishments and Chapel St Cellars is one

gerald's bar carlton north review

MELBOURNE | Gerald’s Bar has long been a locals’ favourite for those residing in Carlton North. Located on Rathdowne Street next to the famous (or perhaps infamous) La Porchettas pizza restaurant, Gerald’s is in a nice quiet part of the area and is a great location for a few drinks. We

pow kitchen prince bandroom st kilda review

MELBOURNE | On Tuesday evening I was invited to attend the unveiling of POW Kitchen at Prince Bandroom in St Kilda, introduced by the Melbourne Pub Group. This newly renovated live music venue offers an extensive range of cocktails and an explosion of authentic South East Asian flavours from a