The management team behind Bimbos recent success on Brunswick St have now expanded their pizza-making ways to bring you Good Love. Nestled in the heart of St Kilda in the thriving district of Acland Street is where you can find the new digs. Good Love will feature a bar along with multiple dinner options! The food on offer is perfect for all; whether you’re a health nut starting their new paleo diet or you’re an indulgent like myself, Good Love has options for all!
Opening on the 14th of September (countdown can be found here) Good Love is providing us with some epic deals:
- $5 Pizza all day and every day of the week
- $5 Jack-fruit Buns on Saturdays from 3pm
- $5 Breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays from 8am to 10am
- $10 Cocktails all day and every day of the week
- $15 Jugs all day and every day of the week
- $30 Bottomless Brunch on Sunday from 10am to 2pm
These prices are not limited to the grand opening of Good Love, they will be in place all day every day. No fake news here! Best of all every menu item including the on-site batched and bottled Good Love cocktails are available for home delivery via Uber eats, which means you can get the full experience via the touch of a button at home.
The focus at Good Love is on fresh and affordable food available for takeaway or eat in, locally sourced beverages to order, excellent coffee from Proud Mary, outstanding customer service and an exciting culture experience for every guest! Those familiar with Bimbo’s know the situation, and the situation is always a good one. The opening weekend will be sound tracked with unforgettable bangers with DJS Melinda Hall / Dancefloor Admin / SHELL LEY & Beth Grace playing on the 14th of September from 5pm, on the 15th DJS Danger Stacey / DJ Sezzo / SAL from 8am and on the 16th DJS Toni Danza & friends will be playing from 8am – pizza, bevs and tunes, all in the same place!
An exciting inclusion at Good Love is the variety of options on the all vegan menu. Have you ever found yourself in a bit of a conundrum during dinner time with your vegan/vego friend? One place might have awesome ribs but absolutely no vegan options; or on the flip side, your vegan friend has picked a restaurant that only serves spinach cooked five different ways. Simply put, when a carnivore and an herbivore have to find a place to eat it’s usually a certified nightmare. Good Love has officially put the ‘where can we both eat in satisfaction’ debate to bed, because they have an abundance of plant based items!
So, ditch the well-trodden path on the way to the kebab truck and come grab something at Good Love that won’t leave you feeling dodgy the next day!
By Penelope Amanatidis