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• From the team behind Congress, this new Italian spot is serving cacio e pepe eggs in the morning and a one-page aperitivo menu by night, in a room full of mid-century design flourishes.

And here’s another take on a classic Italian enoteca, a cosy 50-seater with house-made pasta, hard-to-find wines and waiters clad in head-to-toe white Japanese denim.

• When it landed in New York, Eater magazine named it the best fried chicken in the city. Now the first Australian outpost of this Korean fave is here.

• Pick up a free St Ali coffee in the CBD on your way to work on Tuesday.

Baby Pizza is teaming up with Maker & Monger’s Anthony Femia for a warm and cheesy winter.

• Nab a spot on the heated outdoor terrace and order the brisket-stuffed savoury doughnuts or Vietnamese tiramisu at this new Elsternwick diner.

• Prahran Market favourite Q le Baker has set up a weekend-only mortadella sub bar.

This slick Japanese diner will help you stave off the winter cold with comforting bowls of ramen and meatball katsu sandos.

• The owners of L’Hôtel Gitan are opening a new all-day European diner and wine bar in Cremorne.

This South Yarra diner is highlighting the subtlety, clarity and diversity of flavours found in Chinese cuisine.

• Two Adelaide favourites are coming to one of Melbourne’s best new bars for a night of Japanese and Korean-style barbeque and cocktails.

This Richmond pub is doing a boozy bottomless brunch, complete with ’90s-style food, cocktails, music and even Mario Kart.

We’re sad to say a well-loved Melbourne-based brewery has gone into voluntary administration.

• And celebrated chef Donovan Cooke’s Fitzroy eatery Ryne leans into winter with new dishes such as braised beef cheek, coq au vin and cassoulet, all $25 with a glass of wine on Wednesday and Sunday nights.