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Crossword Club December meet
The House de Frost presents Jack J New Years Eve party
Super Important presents 'This tinsel is making me itchy' with River Yarra
The Holiday Spirit
Oi, what's that ya drinkin? – Australia's best spirits (that aren't gin)
Vege Threads Eco swimwear
Yevu's Summer range is here
Noncense incense burners
A Sayonara 2016 mixtape by Tim White and NICKELBUCK
An interview with David De Thomasis of Paradise Festival and Enhancer Records
A 'trans-pacific flight playlist' by Chairlift
Frack you Hockney! (drunken dispatches from a fancy art opening)
Format Framing x The Thousands photo comp
An interview with Anna Kristensen
Toast your own tasty AF muesli
Make your own GD alcoholic icey poles
DIY spidermouse for Halloween
An interview with Bridie Gillman
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Max Olijnyk, 'Some Stories'
Kiffy Rubbo: Curating the 70’s
I Love Dick (and TidyMe)
Win-o-stration at Brunswick Wine Shop
SISTER STUDIOS pop-up store at Junior Space
Maxine McQueen, a new curated online jewellery store
So long and thanks for the fish heads (the last review I will write as Editor for Three Thousand)
The Thousands 2016 staff wrap-up
House of Bacardi feat. Daydreams, Pelvis, VICE and CRXY SXXY CXXL
RMIT School of Art Graduate Exhibition 2016
Paradise Music Festival 2016
Win tickets to 'Oasis: Supersonic'
Win tickets to the Greek Film Festival
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From the Butcher to the Chef
All the meat at From the Butcher to the Chef is cooked over hot coals and is subsequently a step above the classic vertical gas cooker. Mountains of lamb are...
Basically, it's a project from artist Aaron Gretch – part studio, part television show, part Garfield temple (“I was introduced to the concept of d...
Juanita Peaches is the night-time alter-ego for All Day Donuts, it's also the front of the warehouse where Raph Rashid parks his other businesses – Taco ...
All these guys have been collecting great records for a decade or more and now they feel it's time to release a few of them back into circulation for oth...
Special Request Vinyl
Special Request Records is a DJ-focused record store in the more industrial-looking part of Coburg. Which is appropriate because it specialises in the kind b...
Traditional Turkish food with a twist like spanakopita with the filo pastry replaced by juicy tout (literally twisted around feta) served with asparagus, cha...
Strawberry oysters, fried chicken, fancy toasties, little cubes of wild boar meatloaf, and duck cannoli – a mix of classy, decadent and homely that typifies ...
Do you like quality coffee? Do you tend to drink so much of it that sometimes you feel like a twitchy insect? Just a nervous membrane clinging to a highly ca...
Black Cat on Lygon
And if restaurateurs from Box Hill decide to expand their chain closer into the city, you can pretty much guarantee it's going to be good (see also: Tina...
The vibe is pretty much the same as the Collingwood original: immaculately curated coffee and sweet treats (don't go past the rhubarb Danish) served by s...
Small Axe Kitchen
Sometimes you just want to eat a ramekin full of meatballs topped with a slow poached egg for breakfast while you listen to that one Bill Withers song about ...
Added more than 6 months ago
Mile End Bagels
Michael and Ben from Mile End serve Montreal-style bagels. The guys aren't Canadian. Michael jokes that this city could probably go without another dough...
Trippy Taco Southside
Absolutely nothing has changed from the original Fitzroy menu (I checked). It's all still all 100 percent vegetarian tacos, quesadillas, burritos, nachos...
How many goji berries would I have to flick at your head to make you care about Faraday's Cage?
Well quit ducking and open your mouth because the place...
Saba Ethiopian Restaurant
The best part about eating at Saba Ethiopian Restaurant (apart from the delicious food) was hearing Saba Alemayoh explain how difficult it is getting recipes...
What do you get if you cross a ramen shop with a fish and chip shop? Donut Shop.
That's not a joke by the way; it's just a factual statement. The t...
If you're paying 14 dollars for a sandwich you want it be very, very good. You want it to be so exceptional it silences lunchtime conversation and keeps ...
Sometimes you just want to drink a long black and munch on a Lebanese-style haloumi and spinach pastry while middle-aged ladies gossip at pace so rapid their...
Ichi Ni Nana and Village People
When you spend about three years renovating a Brunswick Street property into a Multilevel Dining Experience, it seems nothing is left to chance. You don'...
Meatsmith in Fitzroy is perhaps the most quarantined meat buying experience you'll ever come across. They sell heavy-bound cookbooks, can recommend the p...
Moroccan Soup Bar Deli-cacy
It’s a humbling experience eating at one of Hana Assafari’s establishments. Whether it’s the Moroccan Soup Bar or her offshoot Deli-Cacy (up the East Brunswi...
Remember the Great Smoked Meat Battles of 2014? How they eventually appeared to escalate in a really intense way? With Meatworks, Lindsay Jones-Evans (of Jon...
Marion Wine Bar
It’s quite possible that in 50 years from now, as Melbourne’s double decker tourist bus ambles down Gertrude St, Barry – the tour guide – will clear his thro...
Academy Kitchen opened up on what used to be known as the homeware/carpet store end of Bridge Road. For dinner, they're kind of doing pub food. But becau...
Tina's Noodle Kitchen, Preston
I didn't meet Tina but I did meet a nice man named Roger. He seated us, took our order and was always there fill up our water. Like as soon as the glass ...
Sth Central Dining & Social
Sth Central is a modern dining hall that just opened next to South Yarra Station. It's a collaborative effort between Leeroy Smith (who used to manage Th...
Flour + Salt
Simplicity is at the core of Flour + Salt's ethos.
Aesthetically, the fit-out is no frills. Dividing walls are made from reclaimed pine, chairs are bla...
Gami Chicken & Beer, Fitzroy
Since expanding from Carnegie to the CBD, Gami have been topping 'Best Fried Chicken in Melbourne' listicles across the board. And, as much as I hate...
Kuu, South Melbourne
You’d probably pass on a taco hybrid unless you were stoned. Taco doughnuts and waffle tacos are the stuff of 3am hallucinations and the wet dreams of the Ta...
You know when you’re craving a parma but you don’t have time for a sit down meal? Wouldn’t it be great if you could eat a parma on the move? No, I’m not abou...
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