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The never-ending hunt for purveyors of mulled wine in Melbourne continues. After experimenting with recipes from as far flung places as Norway, Market Lane Bar settled on a version inspired by the island archipelago of Malta to serve throughout the final month of Winter. “I’m from Malta where it’s traditional to […]
Is high tea now passé? It seems every man and his pampered lapdog is offering tiered treats and other afternoon delights these days. So it’s about time someone sparked the idea of High Coffee; enter Market Lane Bar in collaboration with Espresso di Manfredi. It seems so obvious in such a bean-centric town such […]
International Coffee Day this week calls for something a little more luxe than a standard espresso martini. Enter Yannis and Chris at Market Lane Bar who have created a coffee “martini” with twice the buzz of Dick Bradsell’s “wake me up and fuck me up” original courtesy the essential dose […]
Other adventures were calling, so we haven’t done this in quite a while! Let’s catch up now on all the new and new-look bars, distilleries and other assorted boozeries that have flung open their doors over the past few months. — Bouzy A chic wine bar from the Entrecote team. In their own […]
Saturday 9th June is World Gin Day. For no other reason than to celebrate the not-so-humble juniper spirit, let’s run down all the WGD festivities on around Melbourne… 1. The Craft & Co debuts its first Gin Night Market where you can taste more than a dozen Australian and New […]
Here are our picks for the top 10 things to do in Melbourne this August 2017… 1. Introduction to Distilling Get a kick start into the world of craft distilling with Sebastian Reaburn (he is the maker of Artemis gin and The Craft & Co‘s house gin too). You’ll learn about […]
Add these brand new establishments to your Summer bar hit list. – Rooftop at QT Melbourne’s love of rooftop establishments continues unabated. Sip gussied-up G&Ts 11 floors above ground at QT’s new Rooftop Bar (pictured above) while surrounded by the city, Tait furnishings and strains of house and disco. 133 […]
Did you know Melbourne used to have a giant motorised water chute that you could ride by the Yarra? In the early 1900’s, Melburnian thrill seekers would zip down the wooden construction – in all of their plumage and finery no less – to splash down and aquaplane across a pool […]