George Calombaris is closing The Press Club after 12 years (and some controversy).

• Along with some of Melbourne’s top chefs, Attica’s Ben Shewry is hosting a bake sale to help victims of the Christchurch terror attacks.

• Coming soon: a 10-seat pizza-by-the-slice bar from the crew behind Ramblr, Leonardo’s Pizza Palace and Leonard’s House of Love.

Is $28 too much for a food-court sandwich?

• There’ll be garlic-bread burgers, garlic-bread gözleme, savoury cocktails and garlicky ice-cream at the annual Garlic Bread Festival.

• Celebrate South-East Asian diner Sunda’s first birthday with bottomless booze and a menu that includes that famed roti with Vegemite curry.

This 130-year-old pub just ditched the Collingwood memorabilia for a meat-free menu and 30 taps of craft beer and wine.

A Brooklyn favourite is bringing its brews Down Under. Try the bagel-and-schmear IPA or the porter inspired by a cult banana-split croissant.

• A father-and-son team is serving up tartufo (the classic spherical Italian dessert) plus scoops of house-made salty Snickers at this new gelateria.

A month-long Rocky Road festival is coming.

Vue de Monde’s 24-year-old prodigy Hugh Allenand Bo Bech of world-renowned Copenhagen restaurant Geist will be collaborating for one unforgettable meal.

• From a suburban Cantonese spot unchanged since the ’80s to a bustling city joint serving silky Hainanese chicken, here’s where chef Matti Fallon finds inspiration for his menu at the Broadsheet Kitchen at Saint Crispin.

• And try Fallon’s playful Chinese fare for just $5 during happy hour, or book in for weekend yum cha.

Belles Hot Chicken is serving a special Japanese-inspired fried katsu burger – but only for six more days.

• Neil Perry is serving a bespoke four-course meal at Rockpool paired with whiskey cocktails by Woodford Reserve.