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Country charm and quality local produce combine to make the Café @ Churchill Island one of the areas’ best kept secrets. Our licensed café offers panoramic views across historic Churchill Island and Westernport Bay. Being surrounded by wildlife and farm animals the atmosphere is hard to beat. Great coffee and a menu complimented by constantly changing specials to suit our seasons, make our Café a ‘must visit’. Churchill Island is reached by road, through a tidal mangrove wetland teeming with birdlife. It is only 2 minutes drive off the Phillip Island Tourist Road at Newhaven.
WINE BANK on View is a wine bar & wine merchant, operating from a heritage listed bank building in Central Bendigo. The Victorian era building was constructed in 1876, and was once the home of the Union Bank and the Bank of Australasia & New Zealand (ANZ).
Set within the cosmopolitan suburb of Prahran, centrally located on the main corner of the iconic Greville Street precinct, Oscar Cooper is a unique private space, perfect for a multitude of occasions.Your guests are guaranteed to be impressed with our elevated setting overlooking one of Prahran’s most prominent corners; our modern urban-industrial interior is a warm combination of recycled local materials and high end finishing.Oscar Cooper is an ideal venue for your engagement, wedding, birthday or corporate event. Allow us to amaze your guests with our extensive drinks selection and our creative in-house catering. Our dedicated team of chefs are on hand to create a range of delicious canapés ideal for your event.
Welcome to the Brown Cow, the iconic Bayside café bar. Whether it’s a relaxed drink or coffee with friends on the deck, a delicious lunch or evening meal, or a breakfast after a Beach Road bike ride… Brown Cow is the perfect venue.
Located opposite South Melbourne’s historic market is a venue perfectly appointed for your next function hire. Hidden Alley has been described as “Berlin meets South Melbourne” and is furnished with an eclectic accumulation of furnishings and modern street art amongst a retro/industrial style. Accommodating up to 120 people the spaces is the ideal setting for birthdays, engagements, Christmas and many other cocktail style parties.Why not give them a call today to discuss your requirements.
Tucked down a small city lane, with a neighbouring shoe-repair place and a sushi bar, this inconspicuous lunch spot draws inspiration from the classic Italian deli. And it has a lot of charm. Previously a nondescript pho joint, the space has had a complete makeover, turning the small space into a slick, modern eatery with art-deco style curves, wooden swivel stools and a bright neon “deli” sign above the counter.Chef Brian Narciso (La Luna, The European and Gorski & Jones) heads up the kitchen, smoking trout, curing pickles and preparing salads which fill the deli counter.The menu, put together by writer and regular New Guernica DJ Nick Jamieson, features six rotating daily salads. When we visited there was trout orecchiette, a salad of enoki mushroom with edamame, cherry-smoked chicken and farro and a zucchini ribbon salad. The sandwiches include a tonkatsu roll (crumbed pork, cheese and coleslaw), a mushroom roll or a Reuben sandwich. There is also house-made tequila-cured salmon and a selection of unusual cheeses (including the only smoked blue cheese in the world, apparently). Dine in or take these home with cured meat, pasta and a bottle of wine. Because it is licensed, Chuckle Deli also offers a small selection of international wines, the owner’s favourite spirits and some beers to have with lunch.
Located in Ballarat's most prominent position - On the banks of the beautiful Lake Wendouree.Unwind on the deck with a splendid view of Lake Wendouree or inside at one of many tables overlooking the waters edge or alternatively sit back in an arm-chair and sip a glass of fine wine.Exciting new Chefs have created a fresh vibe and feel to our menu, come in and try our eclectic modern cuisine.
Located within Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, No35 is an elegant dining destination designed with rich timbers, vibrant tones, contemporary artworks and breathtaking views of Melbourne. The restaurant serves modern cuisine using fresh local ingredients matched with attentive service and an outstanding wine selection.
On a quiet corner in South Melbourne is Dead Man Espresso a sleek cafe run by industry pros Kylie Mackinilay (ex St Ali, Liar Liar) and her husband Luke Mutton (ex St Ali, Dukes).This is a well designed light filled cafe with a strong focus on coffee. They use a special Dead Man Espresso blend custom made for them by Seven Seeds. The menu is seasonal and feature herbs and veggies grown in their rooftop garden.We highly recommend you get down there on a sunny day and grab a spot on their balcony.
At 63° our mantra is simple: good food, great coffee… Themed on the concept of organic regrowth, we have sourced recycled timbers and grown fresh herbs and plants for our customers to enjoy. Our carefully designed menu is focused around basic seasonal flavours generated from honest and simple ingredients with a twist of fun. With meticulous attention to customer service, we have personalized the 63° experience into hopefully a memorable regular occurrence for our loyal community.
The whole Entrecôte concept has come from two good mates who both just happened to be in Paris late 2014 and caught up for dinner..... Entrecôte takes a nod from the very original Le Relais De L'Entrecôte - the famous one-dish Steakhouse that opened in 1959 in Port-Maillot, Paris. Across from the beautiful Botanic Gardens in the Grand Old Dame that housed the institutional Lynch's Restaurant for over 30 years, Entrecôte seems as home in Melbourne as it does Paris. Entrecôte exclusively serves beautiful Pasture fed beef from Hopkins River, from the foothills of the Grampians in Victoria Entrecôte - we want her to be loud, ridiculous, tongue in cheek, delicious, fun, local, raucous,approachable, lovable, drunk, open all hours.. but above all - full of laughter and friends sharing ameal over many (several) glasses of wine....
The Ballarat Provedore is a Cafe, Bar, Pizzeria, Function & Wedding venue located just outside the rural centre of Ballarat.Boasting a stunning fit-out and excellent food Ballarat Providore is the perfect venue for a quite lunch stop when travelling to some of Western Victoria's stunning tourist destination like Hamilton, The Grampians National Park and much more. If you are planning a road trip to Adelaide, this is a must go place to refuel your tired body with coffee, salads, burgers and of course wood fired pizza.With many options and on site accommodation The Ballarat Provedore is a great place to host you next function or wedding. They are able to cater for almost any size group or event from 18th, 21st, 30th or 40th Birthday Parties to Engagements and corporate events.
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