• It’s finally happened: Lune Croissanterie has gone wholesale. That means more places to pick up those famous pastries.

• Sydney’s Moon Park is back from the dead with some help from friends at Luxembourg.

Attica’s Ben Shewry has teamed up with Two Good to offer lunch with a side of goodwill.

Bridie O’Reilly’s Irish Pub will be serving its last pint on April 2. Cheers.

Meatsmith is now serving booze and charcuterie in-house, meaning you no longer have to feast on bresaola on the footpath. No judgement; we’ve done it too.

• Brunswick East has a new bistro from Roving Marrow and Rosetta alumni.

• The team behind The European and Kirk’s has opened a gelato and wine bar in the Block Arcade.

• St Kilda Road is getting a new vegan spot, The Alley. Think guilt-free mac’n’cheese.

Billy Van Creamy has opened a pop-up gelato store on Gertrude Street.