• It sells out at farmers markets in a matter of hours. Now, Holy Crumpets has its first bricks-and-mortar shop in the CBD.

One of Melbourne’s most well-loved bakeries is now serving Lebanese pizzas, crisp falafel and Turkish coffee in the north.

A new one-day festival in North Melbourne is all about sour, funky and wild beers from creative producers. There’ll be an oyster bar, too.

• In Brunswick, get a taste of Indian restaurant Bhang’s greatest hits for $30 per person.

• The CBD’s new upscale food hub Ella is now open. From Korean fried chicken to a creative take on ramen, here’s what to order.

Three famous chef alumni are returning to St Kilda’s Stokehouse to celebrate three decades of the Melbourne dining icon.

• Dust off your flares, a ’70s-themed karaoke bar is coming to Melbourne.

• Wine bar Congress and sibling Lagotto are holding two Italian-style foraged dinners on Tuesday and Wednesday. Think beef short-rib with Otway shiitake and wild garlic, and "neighbourhood rosemary" panna cotta.

• Settle in at the red marble bar with a biodynamic wine and a plate of bourbon-and-Coke lamb ribs at this new Carlton spot.

• Chefs from Estelle, Cumulus Inc, Phillippa’s, Sunda and Navi are cooking dinner at this celebrity-studded gala, with cameos from Curtis Stone and the hosts of MasterChef.

Shannon Bennett has closed one of his two ethical burger joints.

Join the conversation about ethical food and sustainability with Longsong chef David Moyle and natural-wine maker Jordy Kay.

This Fitzroy pub is putting on a sausage festival with help from the butchers at Meatsmith.

A special performance by members of the MSO is happening at Mitchelton, one of Australia’s most striking wineries.

• This warming whisky concoction is made using just three ingredients – perfect for cocktail hour while camping.

• When you just can’t be bothered leaving the house for a four-pack of cheese and bacon rolls, Coles is now on UberEats.

• Gin Palace is throwing open the doors to guest chefs – including The Pie Shop’s Matt Wilkinson and Captain Moonlite’s Matt Germanchis – for one month only.

• Pidapipo is taking avocado from toast to tasty frozen treat.

• You can now get lunches from some of Australia’s best chefs delivered to your desk.