When it gets lower than 15C, we’d say it’s a good time for a hot chocolate.
With every café comes its own identity and its own mood within the surrounding community – and the newest identity on the scene is Grounds of Society who are imparting their very own personality into the streets of Geelong.
The event has been running from April 1, leading up to the official festival weekend on May 6 and 7. While the expo with over 100 food and wine artisans is a highlight itself, we’ve run down a few events not to miss.
Good Beer week returns to Melbourne and surrounds for its seventh year running.
The Otway Food and Fibre Showcase is back for the second time as part of Eat Local Month, displaying the Otway’s best local produce, live music, market stalls, workshops and demonstrations. Forté chat to organiser Andrew Gray ahead of the event.
Whether you spell it donut or doughnut, these little round works of art have fast been becoming a favourite of discerning foodies and donut lovers everywhere. With Melbourne having a never-ending amount of these iced, sugared and gourmet treats for some time, Geelong are now on board with Uncle Donut – a one-stop shop for doughy treats with familiar combinations and surprising twists.
We did the rounds, and here are the cafes who are most certainly ready to help you out with your caffeine requirements.
After its success in the last two years, Eat Local Month has expanded from eight local food events to 13 that showcase and recognise the food and farming industry in the Surf Coast and Otway regions.
Meatstock is the festival of your dreams. Combining all things BBQ and music at the Melbourne Showgrounds this April, there will be a plethora of meat, barbecues, beards and barbers, butchers, bourbon and plenty of beer, accompanied by many great live acts and events.