• Northcote’s new local, Low Key, is true to its name. It’s froths and no fuss, every day of the week at this new bar on High Street.

• Bonehead Brewing is the latest addition to Melbourne’s growing brewpub scene, with pink beer and a personality all its own.

• Thirty-five workers claim they are owed more than $70,000 from Doughnut Time.

• Two Andrew McConnell group alums and a former Tonka and Coda sommelier have taken over the Carlton Wine Room.

• Ever heard of momos? They’re Nepalese dumplings. And they’re coming to Coburg Velodrome in March for Momo Fest 2018.

• After the success of last year’s inaugural Mould cheese festival, the event returns in 2018 with 80 cheeses by 20 producers.

• After a fire in 2015, The Albion in South Melbourne has reopened with a rooftop bar, cocktails and a 5am licence.

All-day diner Turning Point has replaced Ripponlea’s Hawk and Hunter. The team behind Short Straw and Collective Espresso are behind the new venue.

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