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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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INTRODUCING GPO’S BUTLER SERVICE – SYDNEY

Date night will never be the same again! Imagine a world where all you had to do was make an online reservation and all the specifics were magically handled for you? At GPO that’s exactly what you get. Introducing their (may we mention, free*) Butler Service, which does all the hard work for you, down […]

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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 BANK ON COLLINS – MELBOURNE

Invest your time and money in to a bank that gives back The Bank on Collins has to be one of Melbourne’s most spectacular buildings for a bite to eat. From the minute you walk in you absorb the beauty and history of the place, which was built as the Bank of Australasia back in […]

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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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THE DUTCHESS – MELBOURNE

Having just celebrated her first birthday, The Dutchess is definitely on to a winner It’s the perfect date place. It’s also an ideal spot for a client meeting. Or a girls’ dinner. And, well – it’s basically awesome for most things really. With high-spec decor and booth-style seating, the dining space is both stylish and oh-so comfy – […]

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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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SABAI – RICHMOND, MELBOURNE

Thai, but not as you know it Having opened just three months ago, Sabai is a fairly new addition to the Richmond food scene. And located just on the corner of Church and Swan, it’s in a pretty good location, too. The dining room is warm and inviting, and has subtle Thai influences dotted around. There’s a fully […]

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THE MILL HOUSE – MELBOURNE

Melbourne’s new venue for decent nibbles, moonshine and late night music This new late-night bar and live music venue also serves up some pretty decent food. It’s a step-up from your standard pub grub that’s for sure, which is testament to Peruvian Executive Chef Agustin Ortega’s national and international culinary experience – he’s worked at The Hilton Brisbane, Bistro Guillaume […]

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Q STATION, MANLY – SYDNEY

A night of good food, good wine and seriously good ghost stories. The lights of Q Station shine bright as the water taxi speeds across the heads of Sydney Harbour. Rain pelts against the windows causing the view to bleed and warp together, but from the glimpses you can make out – impressive doesn’t begin […]

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