Moon Dog Wild West’s launch is cancelled the night before opening to the public.

The promise of Moon Dog Wild West.

• First look: White-tablecloth dining is back (and more relaxed) at Carlton’s Bistra.

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• First look: After 14 years, the team behind Carlton Favourite Scopri opens sibling spot Bar Olo.

• Chef Tom Sarafian to open two new CBD venues, Zareh and Sarafian, with Nathan Toleman of the Mulberry Group.

•First look: Earth Angels, a genre-defying wine bar and restaurant in West Melbourne (co-owned by DJ and producer Skin on Skin).

• Rosetta at Crown Melbourne is closing next month. And former owner, chef Neil Perry, has something to say about it.

• First look: Family-run Indian restaurant Magan does traditional Hyderabadi cooking in Fitzroy North.

• Five minutes with teenage-dishy-turned-Freyja executive-chef Jae Bang.

• Twenty-one restaurants, bars and dessert spots where you can drop in for coffee past 9pm.

• First look: Enter via a floor-length mirror to find new CBD speakeasy Mill Place Merchants.

• Three of the best dishes in Coburg and Coburg North for $20 or less.

Six Melbourne celebration cakes to order for your next party.

• Social enterprise Scarf is hosting its Do More Than Dine fundraising dinner again, with a five-course menu by Thi Le, Tarts Anon, Maker & Monger and more.

• What to expect from the new Chin Chin.

• Toddy Shop’s Mischa Tropp and Brendan King of Sydney’s Derrel’s to team up for a chaat pop-up in Fitzroy.

The Hawker 88 Asian street food market is back at the Queen Vic Market.

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• “Murder your thirst”: Hyped US water brand Liquid Death lands in Australia.

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• This week on Broadsheet podcast Around Town, we chat with top chef Peter Gilmore about his fine-dining legacy and break down the best solo dining spots in Melbourne.