Union Food & Wine in Ascot Vale
After a brief hiatus, seasoned fine dining player chef Stuart McVeigh has re-emerged with his take on the classic Parisian neighbourhood bistro – in Ascot Vale.
Craft Beer and Wrestling in Ascot Vale
Jimmy’s Tap & Barrel on Union Road has a wrestler behind the bar.
No. 19 Moves into Ascot Vale
The owners of Essendon’s St Rose unveil their latest cafe in the west.
Now Open: Ascot Vale Welcomes Union Wine Store
The man behind Seddon Wine Store brings his simple, local formula to Union Road. This time, with his wife.
Ascot Food Store
A vibing cafe that puts plenty of effort into its food.
An eclectic, travel-inspired cafe in Ascot Vale.
One of the prettiest cafes in Melbourne.
Reverence Specialty Coffee and Tea
A cafe owned by two former coffee roasters.
Union Wine Store
A wine bar and bottle-O hybrid in Melbourne’s northwest.
Jimmy’s Tap & Barrel
Relaxed and unpretentious, with plenty of good beer.
Mister Nice Guy's BakeShop
The go-to for vegan and gluten-free treats.
Crumbs Organic Bakehouse
A quaint bakery that takes you back to a nineteen-fifties kitchen.
A relaxed local boozer where you could easily spend the entire night.
The all-day eatery Pascoe Vale needed.
Here, nearly every item on the menu can be made vegan.
Jack & Daisy
Simple eats and a family-friendly vibe.
The owner knows her stuff – she grew up in a gelato store.
Le Jolie Café
A cafe with a traditional French spin.
Augustus Gloop Gelatery
Open 365 days of the year, with 32 flavours, including a number of buffalo-milk gelati.
The Sheep Farmer Making Pinot Noir with an Edge
Tasmania has long been known for its ideal winemaking conditions. But one winemaker thinks their location – and approach – gives them an edge.
The Australian Denim Label to Watch
Worn by Lara Worthington, blogger Brooke Testoni and H&M designer Kelly Harrington.