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Lauren Vadnjal

Lauren is the editor of Concrete Playground.

  • Aunty Peg's

    200 Wellington Street

    T (03) 9417 1444

  • Proud Mary

    172 Oxford Street

    T (03) 9417 5930

  • Higher Ground

    650 Little Bourke Street

    T (03) 8899 6219

  • St Ali

    12-18 Yarra Place
    South Melbourne

    T (03) 9686 2990

  • Cecconi's

    61 Flinders Lane

    T (03) 8663 0500

  • The Cornish Arms Hotel

    163A Sydney Road

    T (03) 9380 8383

  • Trattoria Emilia

    360 Little Collins Street

    T (03) 9670 7214

  • Stokehouse

    30 Jacka Boulevard
    St Kilda

    T (03) 9525 5555

  • Sister of Soul

    73 Acland Street
    St Kilda

    T (03) 9593 8550

  • The Best Places to Buy Next-Level Cheese in Melbourne

    These spots see your cheese dreams and raise you with toasties, coffee and wine for a very gouda grocery trip.

  • Code Black Coffee

    15-17 Weston Street

    T (03) 9388 0005

  • Cafe Di Stasio

    31 Fitzroy Street
    St Kilda

    T (03) 9525 3999

  • Buses Will Replace Trains on Some of Melbourne's Train Lines Again This Autumn

    Parts of the rail network will be closed throughout March, April and May in a massive construction blitz.

  • Seven Exciting New Art Exhibitions, Installations and Events Coming to Melbourne This Year

    Start filling up your 2020 art calendar with art festivals, world-first exhibitions and visits to Melbourne's soon-to-open digital art museum.

  • Pierre Bonnard

    Friday 5th June - Sunday 4th October
    @ NGV International

  • German Supermarket Giant Kaufland Has Suddenly Ditched Its Plans to Open Stores in Australia

    It will no longer expand Down Under, saying that it wants to concentrate on its European markets.

  • Ten Stunning Restaurants and Bars That Are Located in Melbourne's Most Historic Buildings

    You can have brunch in a 150-year-old heritage-listed mansion, drink gin in a former red light district cottage and eat pasta in what was one of Melbourne's first synagogues.

  • Buses Will Replace Trains on Some of Melbourne's Train Lines Again This Summer

    Parts of the rail network will be closed throughout January and February to complete further upgrades for the Metro Tunnel.

  • Lorne's Falls Festival Has Been Cancelled Because of Extreme and Hazardous Weather

    "We simply cannot put anyone's life at risk."

  • Japanese Modernism — POSTPONED

    Saturday 27th June - Sunday 4th October
    @ NGV International

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