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Meat on the beach

Nshry 129a Beaconsfield Parade, Albert Park She says Last weekend we went to Middle Park to visit my best friend for lunch and decided to check out Nshry (pronounced Noshery I’m told) on Beaconsfield Parade, right down on the beach. Nshry is in a cute little building wedged between a running track and the beach […]

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Hot beef + cold beer = happy hipsters

Huxtaburger 106 Smith St, Fitzroy She says I saw word on twitter  on Thursday that Huxtaburger, the new Smith St burger venture from the makers of Huxtable, had opened. By Friday afternoon I’d worked up a hunger by doing not a lot and thought that a burger would be the perfect end to the day. […]

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Falling off the edge of the world

The Bottom End 579 Little Collins Street, CBD He says: Walking into The Bottom End is like stepping back into a 50s diner that’s been ravaged by The Hatter. It mixes wholesome diner style booths with eclectic mermaid statues and dim lighting that I’d describe as “intimate” at best. The menu has a great mix […]

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The last people (and burgers) on earth

Burger Monster Harbour Town Shopping Centre, Docklands He says: Sometimes you don’t want a Wagyu beef burger furnished with biodynamic vegetables and tomato sauce made from tomatoes only harvested during a full moon. You want a good old fashioned hamburger. Like the one from your local fish and chip shop, except you want it to […]

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You have me in stitches

Stitch Bar 61 York St,Sydney Only a couple of years ago, the Sydney CBD was a barren wasteland when it came to small bars.  If you weren’t smashing down schooners whilst watching some kind of sporting event, or raving it up in a large club, there wasn’t really that much on offer. Luckily ,those days […]

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