All posts tagged "fitzroy"
CONVERSATION WITH A CHEF | GREG HAMPTON, CHARCOAL LANE
Greg Hampton is passionate about cooking with native ingredients from Australia’s own backyard. He also loves sharing his...
WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE | DE CLIEU
De Clieu cafe may have been gracing the corner of Gertrude and George Streets for a few years...
AUSTRALIAN PRINT WORKSHOP TO OPEN IMPRESSIONS 2016
The Australian Print Workshop (APW) will host the opening of IMPRESSIONS 2016, its major fundraising art exhibition, this...
MELBOURNE GETS ITS OWN CHAMPAGNE FESTIVAL
Melbourne is getting its own Champagne festival. Lovers of effervescent French delights, put this one in your calendars....
THE JOY IN A SNAPSHOT
Of all the 151 black and white photos in Ian Kenins’ latest photography book, A Snapshot of Melbourne,...
SABA AND THE CONCEPT OF COMMUNITY
Jo Rittey talks to Saba Alemayoh about Ethiopian and Sudanese food and the importance of community in African...
WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE | POLLY ESPRESSO
Vegan Espresso Martini, the next hipster trend or just great customer service? Find out at Polly Bar.
CHARCOAL LANE, A LIFE-CHANGING DINING EXPERIENCE
Social enterprise 'Charcoal Lane' champions ancient native edibles with urban flair in Fitzroy. Dining here allows you to...
THE HISTORY OF EDINBURGH GARDENS
The Edinburgh Gardens in North Fitzroy are one of Melbourne’s most popular gardens, and harbour a strong community...
WHAT IS THE VILLAGE FESTIVAL?
Sometime around late October, passers-by on St. Georges Rd. might notice an enclave being built in North Fitzroy’s...