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.
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.
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.
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.
A relaxed local boozer where you could easily spend the entire night.
Crumbs Organic Bakehouse
A quaint bakery that takes you back to a nineteen-fifties kitchen.
Here, nearly every item on the menu can be made vegan.
The all-day eatery Pascoe Vale needed.
Jack & Daisy
Simple eats and a family-friendly vibe.
Augustus Gloop Gelatery
Open 365 days of the year, with 32 flavours, including a number of buffalo-milk gelati.
Le Jolie Café
A cafe with a traditional French spin.
The owner knows her stuff – she grew up in a gelato store.
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.