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Meat & Wine Co to bring ‘dining theatre’ to Canberra

A highly anticipated arrival to Canberra’s dining scene, the Meat & Wine Co is set to open the doors to its latest restaurant on Wednesday 21 April.

Democratic degustation at Sage Dining Rooms

Diners keen to try a truly democratic degustation dining experience will be delighted to know ‘Taste and Test’ has returned to Sage Dining Rooms throughout April.

Verity Lane Market food hall to open tomorrow

Canberra’s latest foodie venture is (almost) here! Verity Lane Market, a chef-driven food hall, will open in the Sydney Building tomorrow, 22 October, serving up gastronomic delights from kitchens helmed by some...

Krakatoa to ‘pop up’ at Kokomo’s

As Canberra’s restaurant and hospitality scene starts to slowly reawaken and come to life once more, venues are announcing new menus and concepts. The creative minds behind some of Canberra’s favourite foodie...

Monster’s going vego for a year

Beloved Canberra restaurant Monster Kitchen and Bar at Ovolo Nishi has announced it will go vegetarian for a year from November.   The announcement forms part of Ovolo Hotel’s launch of the ‘Year...

Two hours in the sun with Bavarian’s new Spring Fest

If you like the idea of spring sunshine, tasty cocktails, warm pretzels and delicious food, then the Bavarian’s new Spring Fest menu is right for you.

Food for thought: Sage nationally recognised

Sage nationally recognised Sage Dining Rooms in Braddon has been recognised as Australia’s ‘best fine dining restaurant’ as part of TripAdvisor’s 2020 Traveller’s Choice Best of the Best awards. Each year, the travel...

COVID-19 has changed the restaurant game. Forever?

As we start to see the light at the end of the coronavirus restrictions tunnel - at least in the ACT - restaurants and cafés are looking to the future as they reopen and attempt to navigate ever-changing requirements.

More outdoor dining at Canberra venues called for

Adding more outdoor-style dining may stimulate Canberra’s economy following the effects of COVID-19, says one University of Canberra (UC) lecturer.

For the Love of Gin event, First Edition, Canberra.

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