First Look: Sandwich Superstar Stefanino Panino Rolls Into Collingwood Yards
24 Nov 2023
Food & Drink Melbourne isn’t short on sandwich shops. But there are few doing it quite like Stef and Diana Condello. Come for all the hits plus house-roasted porchetta (with crackling), espresso coffee and dine-in seating, as well as an eventual liquor licence and evening small plates.
Coming Soon: Purple Pit, a “Dark and Romantic” Basement Cocktail Bar From Two Hospo HeavyweightsFood & Drink
24 Nov 2023
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A New Wave of Locally Made, Small-Batch Panettone Will Make You Rethink the (Divisive) Christmas Bread
01 Dec 2023
Food & Drink Tried the Italian loaf and swore you’d never eat it again? These Aussie bakers are making theirs with a sourdough and croissant consistency, and adding almonds, cherries, Belgian milk chocolate and even green ants. Trust us – it could soon rival hot-cross buns for your seasonal bread of choice.
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The Fit-Out: Eight Stunning Side Tables To Sit Pretty in Any Room
29 Nov 2023
Home & Lifestyle From sleek and minimal to sculptural and statement, these designs serve as functional tables as much as they do pieces of art. Find a contrasting striped number, stainless steel stool and marble-textured design made of resin.
What To Do in Melbourne (and Beyond) on December 25 If You Don’t Celebrate Christmas
04 Dec 2023
Entertainment From steamy hot springs and steaming bowls of tom yum, to a sprawling cacti garden and tranquil forest walks, you can have plenty of fun without the festivity. Here’s what’s staying open on Christmas Day this year.
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‘It Forces You to Consider Your Place in the World Today’: The Melbourne Holocaust Museum Reopens After a Three-Year Rebuild
17 Nov 2023
City File Rachelle Unreich’s mother, a concentration camp survivor, taught her about the goodness of people, and her story is preserved both in a new book, and at the recently reopened museum redeveloped by Kerstin Thompson Architects.