It’s been less than a month at Newfolk Cafe and Jaz Hobson already knows the names of everyone on the block, if not all their coffee orders. Residents and workers are flocking to this tiny storefront for the happy vibes as much for the friendly barista’s perfectly frothed milk.
The Bridge Hotel is known to most as fresh and approachable with just a touch of fancy, and now to add to their description they have been once again named as the Best Regional Venue by The Age Music Victoria Awards.
After years of perfecting her raw, plant-based diet (including a stint learning from renowned chef, Matthew Kenney) Raw Ambition’s Eileen Sims brought it to the people of Geelong in the form of a cooking school in 2012. Now several years later, she’s just launched an online store for the treats and is set to appear at the first ever The Glitter Project Collective where she’ll be talking about raw, plant-based eating and sharing some recipes.
With the fandom of free donuts, specialty stores and the innate ability to revert everyone to their six-year-old self when the treats are in presence, you could say there’s something special about the hole-y dessert. But when was it that it came to be?
It’s very much the trend to talk healthy alternatives when it comes to food nowadays – but in the words of Missy Elliott, I am rather here to ‘flip it and reverse it’. I’m here to discuss the wondrous world of burgers!
For serving sizes that won’t leave you feeling short changed head to Little Boot Café. Voted the second best burgers in Geelong, this groovy café is a must. The walls are bursting with street art, creating urban vibes for the family owned café in North Geelong.