Bright New Breakfast Menu at Coopers Café Manly

I love to get out to Manly on the weekends and walk around the waterfront, it’s such a beautiful spot. I came across Coopers Café on Instagram (as you do) and saw they had a new menu launching, which obviously I had to try. I had eyed up the waffles and knew they looked AMAZING … Read more

Rustic Italian At Mariosarti Toowong

Who knew that there was a beautiful rustic Italian Restaurant hidden in Toowong?! Mariosarti’s is right next to Toowong Village not far from Brisbane city and from the outside looks quite unassuming. Inside, you know you’ve stumbled into somewhere special. We ordered the scamorza to start – best choice ever! You could smell the wood … Read more

Than Nuong – Woolloongabba’s New Vietnamese Restaurant

I LOVE Vietnamese. I’m a pho addict, so no surprises that when I found out Than Nuong Vietnamese restaurant opened up in Woolloongabba right by my work, I quickly locked in a lunch date with my colleagues to check it out. You can smell the restaurant before you get there, the beautiful charcoal smell wafts around. … Read more

Popolo Producers Evening – Wine, Mozzarella, More Wine

I love Popolo Producer evenings. They’re such fun. Filled with great people, wine and Italian food with great views of the Brisbane city and river… what more are you looking for?! At this event we learnt how to make mozzarella. Racheal, Jay and I were the first to arrive and mingle before it was time … Read more

The New Black, Brisbane’s New Breakfast Must-Try

I always know I have found an excellent new spot when I have issues deciding on which dish to try. I had to ask Jess, at The New Black in Fortitude Valley to help me out. Three dishes, all tied. The chilli scramble, the roast pumpkin tacos and the ‘big breakfast’ were all high contenders. … Read more

Certainly Curious At Curious Affection, GOMA Brisbane

This is a very different exhibition. Not in a bad way. The title gives away the most; Curious Affection. You become very curious while looking at the different pieces, it’s difficult not to. It’s unlike anything you’ve seen or possibly imagined before. The exhibition is by Patrica Piccinini, and occupies the entire ground floor of … Read more

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