The opulent and highly sophisticated Baroque House is a bar, club and function venue built in a lavish three story mansion set down one of Melbourne’s iconic cobble stone laneways.
Whether you sit by the counter, at one of the bar tables or enjoy the fresh air on the outdoor terrace, Tapas 24 will be a delight and you will want to keep coming back for more.
A highly recommended bar within the La Rambla district, Bar Lobo serves delicious meals at reasonable prices, in a chic ambience that will leave you savouring every last bite of your tapas.
Papabubble’s creators are what can only be described as caramel artisans, opening their doors in 2004 with the intention or reviving the beauty of making hand-made candies.
This store is quaint and full of charm, but the shelves are laden with modern day remakes of regular household items like bowls and jugs, in gorgeous vibrant ceramics that are both useful and works of art.
Somewhere in recent five years, cupcakes became the hottest new treat in gourmet treats, with boutique stores popping up all over the place and many replacing their traditional wedding cake with piles of divine looking cupcakes.
Cofco is Copenhagen’s answer to a traditional English pub, with a modern day twist.
Known as one of Copenhagen’s leading electronic music venues, Culture Box has been bringing the beats since 2005.
At Era Ora the staff believe that dining should be a complete sensory experience and that the joy of preparing and enjoying quality food should never be rushed.
At AOC you are in for more than your regular dining experience; the concept here is for a full sensory explosion, awakening your sight, smell, taste and sound.
This has been named the World’s Best Restaurant thrice in the last three years. Like El Bulli, Noma is worth taking the flight to. ‘Nuf said.
Follow the quirky graffiti on the outside walls of the building to an urban dining experience that promises fresh, sustainable eating, where the food is eco-conscious without being overly righteous.
Once voted ‘Copenhagen’s best cheap restaurant’, there is certainly no substitute for quality here at such great price.
The Winery in Melbourne’s Yarra Valley lives up to all the expectations that make Australia so famous for its wine and beautiful vineyards.
Reminiscent of the prohibition era that made cabaret and jazz so popular, The Butterfly House is an eclectic venue hidden away right in the middle of Melbourne’s CBD.
Cutler & Co is making exceptional use of Melbourne’s first industrial area, refurbishing an old metal work factory to create a dining landscape that infuses the old with the new.
24 Moons is a modern day speakeasy which offers regular eclectic performances and creative events in a 1920’s jazz inspired environment.
Longroom strives to offer its customers the ultimate in style, service and sophistication, with a venue that can fit anywhere from 2 to 260 guests.
World famous Quay restaurant located in the dress circle of Sydney’s iconic harbor not only provides multi-award winning food, but some of the most spectacular view that Sydney has to offer.
Don’t let the line ups here turn you off, they are here every night of the week and believe me, Mamak is worth the wait.