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Taking it's name from a George Orwell essay, Moon Under Water is the dining room at the heart of Builders Arms Hotel, a landmark public house on Gertrude St, Fitzroy. Awarded Victoria's Hottest Restaurant 2012 by The Australian, Moon Under Water is a gorgeous setting for Andrew McConnell and Josh Murphy to present their acclaimed food. Moon Under Water provides a weekly changing, four course prix fixe menu focusing on the best seasonal produce available, which can be paired with matching wines. Sommelier Campbell Burton has crafted a carefully considered wine list which showcases low intervention wine and small producers. Coming to Moon Under Water provides the opportunity to relax and appreciate this unique dining experience. Moon Under Water is open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 6pm and lunch on Sunday from midday.
Melbourne Chef Andrew McConnell and Butcher Troy Wheeler have collaborated to create a concept that is sure to excite Melbourne’s carnivores. McConnell and Wheeler, both passionate about best quality heritage meats and skilled butchery, have joined forces to share this passion with both the wholesale restaurant trade, and the general public. Meatsmith Specialty Butcher & Wine Merchant opened in September 2015 at 273 Smith Street Fitzroy, in the heart of Melbourne’s most exciting food and cultural precinct. Retail butchery offerings will focus on provenance and quality, alongside a range of premium cooked and cured meats, and artisanal smallgoods and charcuterie. The art of butchery will be demystified by informed and friendly service. As well as meat and poultry, Meatsmith will also house a food store for quality larder essentials including premium oils, dried pasta, tinned goods and organic dairy products. House-made items will include Cumulus Inc.’s famed lamb shoulder (slow roasted for convenience), foie gras parfait, rollmops and pickles. You will even be able to take home a bottle of Rioja to accompany your rib eye – a selection of boutique wines will also be available.
De Clieu only use the best beans available and offer an amazing house blend, along with a variety of exotic single estate coffees that change with each season, roasted by seven seeds daily.
Cutler & Co. Dining Room is located in an old metal works factory on Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne’s first suburb and industrial area. Opened in February 2009 by Chef Andrew McConnell the restaurant reflects his passion for exceptional and often unusual produce. Andrew’s only fine dining venue, Cutler & Co strikes a balance between elegance and simplicity.
Come to Queen Margaret for Italian style thin crusted pizzas, a delicious selection of tapas, boutique beers and excellent wine list.
Four decades bringing to Australia the best flavours from Spain, Portugal and South America.
Presenting authentic Thai cuisine in the ambience and atmosphere of an ancient Thai Palace has been Patee Thai's trade mark, setting the trend for most Thai restaurants to follow.Our menu offers a wide range of Thai specialties such as Red Curry Seafood, Cashew Beef, Pad Prik Khing Pla and many more.
Comfortable and fun is an integral part of the overall experience at the Royal Derby Hotel, and we do take our hotel seriously! When we went about redesigning the Royal Derby Hotel it was important to keep it simple but toensure all the boxes were ticked when it came to the overall experience.The hotel has a little something for everyone, large beer garden to settle into a long afternoon session with your friends, large screen TV's perfect for live sports, live entertainment, Cold beer and a TAB.
In 1982, Mamma Vittoria combined her love for cooking and meeting people by opening a typically Italian, family restaurant in Smith Street, Fitzroy, Mamma Vittoria’s.Since that first day she has been lovingly serving her customers nothing but the very best. Always family owned and operated, many of her family have spent their time working in the restaurant. Today, one of her sons, Riccardo, has the run of the kitchen, cooking up new tasty dishes to complement her traditional, Italian inspired, Mamma Vittoria favourites.
Gumbo Kitchen was founded in November 2011 by Michael Cotter, Patricia Stanton & Elvin Ho. Michael & Patricia spent 7 weeks in New Orleans during March, April & May 2011 learning all about the history, quality and diversity that exists in New Orleans food.Michael & Patricia wanted to bring the real soul and character of New Orleans to Melbourne through its food, music and culture.Every year Gumbo Kitchen holds a Fat Tuesday event that celebrates New Orleans culture, on the start of lent. The Fat Tuesday second line event.
Feldman’s is a bit of everything: a place to catch up with mates, a local haunt to enjoy craft beer after a hard day, a last minute family dinner spot or simply a place to reminisce about The Goonies. – AgendaCity
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