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THE PARTY’S ON AT THE W BANGKOK

Get the VIP treatment at Bangkok’s 5-star urban playground The Hotel If you’ve ever stayed at a W before, you’ll know that it isn’t an ordinary hotel – by any means. In fact, it’s quote extraordinary. A stay at a W is different to regular hotels in so many ways. The décor is super slick, the […]

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THE SHAW DAVEY SLUM – MELBOURNE

A great bar and restaurant with an even better story In 1958, two housing commissioners, Shaw and Davey, declared large areas of housing in Carlton as slums and attempted to bring them down. So began the fight to preserve Carlton’s heritage. The Shaw Davey Slum in Carlton represents this era of Australian history and so […]

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THE TIPPLER & CO. – MELBOURNE

 East Melbourne’s top spot for a tipple and a nibble Nestled amongst the quiet streets and old red brick apartment blocks of East Melbourne you will find a lively bar and eatery where happy locals go to indulge in their favourite tipple. Whether it’s a Friday night after a long week at the office or […]

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ACADEMY’S NEW MENU – RICHMOND MELBOURNE

Academy Kitchen & Bar on Bridge Road delivers the goods, again By using the term Modern Australian to describe the food at Academy, the team are able to essentially do what they please in terms of incorporating culinary influences. So you’ll see a wide range of cuisines threaded through the menu. If you haven’t tried duck ribs […]

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ACADEMY KITCHEN AND BAR – RICHMOND, MELBOURNE

New modern Australian restaurant on Bridge Road Academy Kitchen & Bar has opened up on Bridge Road offering a social spot to grab some decent food and a couple of drinks while you’re at it. There are plenty of wooden features throughout the interior, giving the space a warm and inviting feel. There’s a fully stocked bar to […]

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THE ANGRY PIRATE – REDFERN, SYDNEY

Like any good tale, this one starts with a dark and stormy night As the rain came down outside we stepped off Redfern Street into a cosy cavern of a place, decked out with skulls, exposed lightbulbs and wood furnishings. The nautical theme runs through the veins of this place, with the furniture being made from 90-year-old wood reclaimed […]

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DORIS AND BERYL’S BRIDGE CLUB AND TEA HOUSE – NEWTOWN, SYDNEY

Going for a ‘tea’ has never been so appealing. Clue – it’s alcoholic. You’ll find Doris and Beryl’s Bridge Club and Tea House down the west end of King Street in Newtown, deep in the heart of coffee territory. Doris and Beryl like things intimate. And with space for only about 40 people, intimate it is. The […]

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MR MOUSTACHE – BONDI, SYDNEY

If you’ve ever tried mezcal, the distilled nectar of the agave plant, chances are you’ve slammed it down with a lick of salt, a suck of lemon and a shudder. But señors and señoritas, there is another way. Duck down a side enclave off Hall Street in Bondi to find Mr Moustache, the mezcal specialists with over 100 different […]

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PREPARE TO BE AMAZED BY SLIDE – DARLINGHURST

A nine-course degustation and circus act with a difference Walk through the Survivor-style fire torches out front, towards the well-dressed man in a top hat, and there’s no turning back. You’re in this for the long haul… but what is it you’re actually in for? The air of mystery can be cut with a knife. […]

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TOP CHEFS JOIN FORCES AT MS COLLINS – MELBOURNE

Who says clubs have to be clubs and restaurants have to be restaurants? Four celebrated chefs come together to bring a top-notch menu to the bar and club Ms Collins. The Food Instead of being arranged by starters, mains, and desserts, the menu at Ms Collins is divided up by chefs, of which there are four: Riccardo Momesso (Valentino), […]

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