• Heston Blumenthal’s fine diner Dinner by Heston will have its final service on Friday.

• We’re giving our readers the chance to score a private screening in an underground cinema with magnums of wine, a French feast and unlimited popcorn.

• This $14 fried-chicken wrap is a bit like something you’d get at Maccas – it’s freakishly perfect and tastes exactly the same every time.

• A hospo consultant who’s helped launch dozens of eateries now has her own dream hangout.

• North Melbourne’s bread club is making banana-split croissants and coffee-custard doughnuts.

Belles Hot Chicken is going Hawaiian.

These are the best restaurants to open in Australia last month.

• Whether you’re a champion of cheddar or a burrata buff, there’ll be a cheese for you at Mould.

• This seafood festival has an off-the-boat market where you can buy direct from local fishermen and snacks from Movida.

• A French chef has opened a rotisserie chook shop in Melbourne’s east.

Vue de Monde’s Hugh Allen on the difference between fancy and low-quality butter – and the best way to taste test it.

This spicy Mexican dish by Hotel Jesus can be whipped up at home in 10 minutes.

The Albert Park Hotel is reopening (now with dim sum).

• Chefs including French Saloon’s Ian Curley, Florentino’s Guy Grossi, Nomad’s Jacqui Challinor and Karen Martini are hosting a dinner for bushfire relief.

• At this nautical pét-nat party, there’ll be snacks by snacks by Hector’s Deli and a DJ set by Cut Copy’s Dan Whitford.

• Get a weekday dopamine hit with $5 Margaritas and $5 snacks at Mary’s.

Stomping Ground has opened a brew bar at Melbourne Airport.

• Richmond institution The Grand welcomes new head chef Maro Kobayashi, who brings Michelin cred to the polished diner after two years at Marea, one of New York's best Italian eateries.