Quick stop near the arts centre, then Fatto is a great place for coffee!
One of the first local breweries in the region. And it’s been through a lot and survived. Here’s some thing to make you consider this spot on your own trip
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Now Shelsky’s is a place that you must visit. I loved meeting the owner and he is an over-the-top character.
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Now, I’m partial to a well-made cookie and there are quite a few good ones along the way, but the thing that got me the most was the decor and the feel of the place. The vibes were homely and definitely made me feel like I went into someone’s home. The co-working space made it feel like a home office.
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The first stop on the food tour and man-oh-man I could eat here all the time. Here’s what you can expect.
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Tullamarine has finally opened the swathe of new restaurants. And Two Johns does not disappoint. Just make sure you’re not in a rush.
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Lello Bar is a place I would recommend for a quiet dinner or a cheeky couple of cocktails.
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I got the burrito bowl not knowing what to expect. And ensured it had the spicy topping. Needless to say… I need to start working on spice tolerance again.
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Quite a lot of my old work colleagues would also mention about this location. And I thought – you know what, I need to finally go and check it out. And you know what? It did not disappoint. Make sure you bring cash and an appetite!