Huxtaburger co-founder Daniel Wilson says he’s done running his own restaurants, but he’s still happy to chef it up at someone else’s spot.

Beneath Driver Lane is putting on a free rum masterclass and handing out complimentary cocktails to celebrate World Rum Day.

• Seems like cafes are turning up in stranger places every week. Parco is a teeny tiny eatery on a traffic island serving Dench pastries and Supreme coffee.

• Raph Rashid (Taco Truck, Juanita Peaches, All Day Donuts) is opening another permanent Beatbox Kitchen serving his mainstay 170-gram, grass-fed burgers as well as schnitzel sandwiches, instant-noodle salads and doughnuts made on-site.

• The future of Supernormal’s St Kilda sibling, Supernormal Canteen, is in doubt.

Alter Dining quietly closed its doors last weekend.

• In more closing news, the Adriano Zumbo empire is in trouble.

• The founders of Pillar of Salt, Touchwood and Vacation are planning a new 120-seat, day-to-night eatery in the inner north.

One of Japan’s favourite burgers is coming to Melbourne. Soonish.

• Head to vegan eatery and juice bar Superfluid for salads, curries and raw desserts in an unashamedly vivid space flecked with neon and glitter.