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BY DAY AND BY NIGHT

What do some of Melbourne's leading restaurants have in common with our favourite DC comic characters? No, they're not fighting off crime with their spatulas or turning potato sacks into capes. Across the...
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MELBOURNE’S BEST PIZZERIAS

I consider myself somewhat of a connoisseur of pizza, and find conventional take-away pizzerias to be pretty oily and tasteless, so I've decided to sort out the best from the rest and have compiled a list of...
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MELBOURNE’S BEST PIZZERIAS

I consider myself somewhat of a connoisseur of pizza, and find conventional take-away pizzerias to be pretty oily and tasteless, so I've decided to sort out the best from the rest and have compiled a list of...
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HOLA LOS HERMANOS!

Melbourne's newest installation to the Mexican food craze is Los Hermanos, an authentic Mexican taqueria with an injection of Brunswick edge. Los Hermanos opened last Monday, after what some have called...
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REVIEW: CLAREMONT TONIC

When I think of eating Asian food, I think of Asian restaurants that are decorated in various shades of red or gold, food that is served by chefs who don't bother with the concept of "plating" and the soft...
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REVIEW: WALLIS & ED

I’m all about the history of a venue and how I feel when I go into a place. So I was curious about the Wallis and Ed story. I knew that it used to be the Hard Rock Café, which I remember going to when I was...
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THE UNDERSTUDY LAUNCH

Through a concealed door off Exhibition St marked by flashing offset lights, stands 1806. I must’ve walked past it at least three times because to the left of the entrance is the stairway that takes you down...