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Plough Hotel – Sit Down Venues

Plough Hotel – Sit Down Venues...


Footscray

The Plough Hotel is a versatile venue, with multiple spaces ready to host your next event.  The Victoria Room A lovely, intimate private space that is part of the main dining area, but your very own ...

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Shifty’s – Urban Fitzroy Venues

Shifty’s – Urban Fitzroy Ven...


Fitzroy

Shifty's is a colourful unique community space with lots of colour, lights and art located in the heart of Fitzroy on the bohemian Brunswick st. They are adaptable and strive to cater for any need or...

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Coopers Inn – CBD Venue Hire

Coopers Inn – CBD Venue Hire...


Melbourne CBD

Coopers Inn pride themselves on offering function spaces with character, thoughtful service and options for all budgets. Plus, they'll show you and your guests a really great time in the process. They...

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Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
This versatile warehouse space could be what you’ve been searching for

Centrally located in the heart of South Melbourne, sits an exclusive venue that will quickly become your dream function space. OneSevenOne is the perfect place for cocktail parties of up to 100 and has room for guests to sit, stand, drink, dance and all that jazz. The OneSevenOne function space... [more info]


Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
Sushi Boats Are A Thing And They’ve Just Landed In Melbourne’s CBD

I’m sure you’ve all gotten together with your friends at some point for some scrumptious sushi at a Kaitenzushi restaurant, or better known as a sushi train. They’re super popular and slightly gimmicky but that’s okay because it’s so fun and entertaining. Sushi Boto is a new CBD restaurant that’s... [more info]


Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
One To Try: An Urban Japanese Restaurant Tucked Down The Backstreets Of Prahran

Located on Greville St in Prahran sits Tokosan – a contemporary street-style Japanese restaurant, that’ll have you feeling like you’ve been whisked away to the streets of Tokyo. This Japanese hideout is decked out in only the most traditional Japanese memorabilia, including vibrant colourful umbrellas, neon signs and a cocktail... [more info]


Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
Meet the 2-in-1 rooftop bar and meatery taking over Swanston Street

First came Dexter, the original ‘meat project’ from Adam Goldblatt, Tom and Sam Peasnell. Then came Takeaway Pizza, a cocktail bar and late night restaurant offering a fresh take on American style pizza. Now, the talented trio have two new additions to their impressive line-up of stylish eateries, introducing Cheek... [more info]


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ICYMI: Your Fave Northside Venue Is Throwing A Chilli Fest This Weekend

With the winter chill sinking in, Welcome To Thornbury’s Hot Sauce and Chilli Festival has landed just in time to heat things up for Melbournians. Returning for yet another year and promising to bring the heat, the food festival celebrates the hottest locally-made sauces and spiciest foods from across Melbourne. There’ll be an extensive hot... [more info]


Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
What’s On in Melbourne: Your Guide to The End Of April

April is quickly coming to a close, meaning some of our fave pop up restaurants, festivals and events are quickly coming and going. In saying this, we have put together some upcoming events that should definitely be on your radar before the month comes to a close. Espresso Yourself Festival 448-462 Mount Alexander Road, Ascot... [more info]


Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
Australia’s Ultimate Beer, Cider & Food Fest Is Coming To Melbourne This May

Time to gather your drinking buddies because world renowned beer festival GABS (otherwise known as The Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular) is less than a month away. Set to take place at Melbourne’s stunning Royal Exhibition Building, GABS will run all weekend from Friday the 17th of May through to Sunday the 19th 2019. Boasting a... [more info]


Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
Melbourne International Comedy Festival In Review

And that’s a wrap! It’s been a hilarious, feel-good three and a half weeks with 2019’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Running for its 33rd year, the event provided its fair share of deep belly laughs, tears and non-stop entertainment. Here is a recap of some of our favourite shows; some that have gone past, others... [more info]


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Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
ICYMI: Your Fave Northside Ven...
24 Apr. 2019

With the winter chill sinking in, Welcome To Thornbury’s Hot Sauce and Chilli Festival has landed just in time to heat things up for Melbournians. Returning for yet another year and promising to bring the heat, the food festival celebrates the hottest locally-made sauces and spiciest foods from acro...[more info]

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Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
What’s On in Melbourne: ...
24 Apr. 2019

April is quickly coming to a close, meaning some of our fave pop up restaurants, festivals and events are quickly coming and going. In saying this, we have put together some upcoming events that should definitely be on your radar before the month comes to a close. Espresso Yourself Festival 448-462 Mo...[more info]

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Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
This versatile warehouse space...
23 Apr. 2019

Centrally located in the heart of South Melbourne, sits an exclusive venue that will quickly become your dream function space. OneSevenOne is the perfect place for cocktail parties of up to 100 and has room for guests to sit, stand, drink, dance and all that jazz. The OneSevenOne function space boasts...[more info]

Read More
Festival 21 – Our Future Through Food
Sushi Boats Are A Thing And Th...
18 Apr. 2019

I’m sure you’ve all gotten together with your friends at some point for some scrumptious sushi at a Kaitenzushi restaurant, or better known as a sushi train. They’re super popular and slightly gimmicky but that’s okay because it’s so fun and entertaining. Sushi Boto is a new CBD ...[more info]

Read More

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