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If you already preach 'The Simpsons' as an untouchable masterpiece for the ages, this is the play for you.
Choose from 12 different $10 spritzes (and enjoy free cicchetti) every Friday night at Brunetti's Carlton and Flinders Lane stores.
Messina is hosting its first-ever degustation pairing gelato and booze.
The Lygon Street store is handing out free scoops of gelato and sorbet to celebrate its birthday.
A four-hour tasting session dedicated to the sparkling Italian varietal.
Get ready to be spirited away.
7-Eleven's slinging Chupa Chups-inspired Slurpees for zero dollars — if you're quick enough.
Score everything from books, antiques and bric-a-brac to vintage threads and must-have designer fashion at this new pop-up market.
Take your spin classes to another level and get sweaty on this CBD hotel's rooftop.
Artworks by Monet, Matisse, Picasso and more are travelling from Russia to Sydney for the AGNSW's latest exhibition.
MONA's immersive ode to the radical artists of post-war Germany.
Coming to Australia for the first time, this exhibit features 200 original objects from the 'Star Wars' series.
Sip potions, hang out in magic-themed booths and peruse spell books.
Stomp grapes, drink wine and feast at this Collingwood brewery.
This immersive music and art event will take over five rooms of The Espy.
Spend a balmy night browsing stalls with a beer and single origin chocolate soft serve.
34A Bray Street, South Yarra
A Japanese biker gang-themed joint with Mario Kart battles, karaoke rooms and a dry ice spa.
45 Keele Street, Collingwood
A picture of perfect design, balance and Japanese cafe fare.
277 Carlisle Street, Balaclava
Salmon and hamachi kingfish sushi and Grade 9+ wagyu beef meatballs.
506 Swan Street, Richmond
On Swan Street in Richmond, surrounded by not much else, is the bright, yellow trimmed café, Friends of Mine.
191 Swan Street, Richmond
This little Richmond eatery is slinging meatball katsu-sandos, donburi bowls, cocktails and rare Japanese sake.
9 Clifton Street, Prahran
An all-day eatery serving up $33 all-you-can-eat Japanese feasts and vibrant Asian-inspired brunches.
279 Smith St, Fitzroy
Sushi dreams are made of this.
119 Park Street, South Yarra
Quality Japanese food, without the monstrous bill.
169 Elgin Street, Carlton
An environmentally conscious Carlton cafe serving up Japanese takes on Aussie breakfasts.
300 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
The Japanese ramen chain is now dishing up its lauded soup in the QV building.
139 Bourke Street, Melbourne
The eatery specialises in a balanced kaiseki by acclaimed Japanese chef Tomotaka Ishizuka.
Basement, 114 Russell Street, Melbourne
A classic option for cool and classy Japanese.
121 Lygon Street, Carlton
The acclaimed fine diner has brought its famed Japanese fare from regional Victoria to Carlton.
Collins Place, 45 Collins Street, Melbourne
Several of Melbourne's best Japanese chefs owe a debt of a gratitude to Kenzan.
175 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
Chris Lucas's three storeys of Japanese grandeur.
152 Lygon Street, East Brunswick
Izakaya-style dining at the Brunswick end of a worldly Lygon Street.
1 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
A Japanese-style hot pot restaurant has popped up in the old Kappo space.
33 Peel Street, Collingwood
The most aesthetically beautiful Japanese cafe in the city.
4 Lord Street, Richmond
Down a narrow street just off Bridge Road, there is a quiet oasis of calm — and a journey to be taken.
99 Chapel Street, Prahran
New Japanese eatery brings the funkiness of Fitzroy into the flashy end of town; a winning trifecta of food, sake and service.