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Can we tempt you with a tasty Sweeney Todd pie?

Can we tempt you with a tasty Sweeney Todd pie?

To celebrate West Australian Opera’s highly anticipated production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, the opera have collaborated with Mary Street Bakery on a limited edition, Sweeney Todd Pie. The Sweeney Todd Pie is inspired by the chilling opera about the vengeful barber, Sweeney Todd and his offsider, the deranged pie-maker Mrs. […]

Margaret River Chocolate Factory celebrates 20 years of tasty goodness

Margaret River Chocolate Factory celebrates 20 years of tasty goodness

The Margaret River Chocolate Company celebrates its 20th Birthday this month and is hosting family friendly fun days at its Swan Valley and Margaret River factories on Sunday May 19. The events will run between 10-2pm and aim to recognise the long-standing support of the local communities who have helped make the company a Western Australian […]

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Sample the best restaurants on William Street with a long lunch

Food lovers will welcome the news that the William Street Long Lunch returns this March.  Local establishments Sauma, Bivouac, No Mafia, La Cholita and Shadow Wine Bar have joined forces again to bring back the ultimate roving lunch – 5 venues, 5 courses with drinks to match. Running every Saturday afternoon during March. Spend the […]

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Spice up your summer with the Araluen Chilli and Herb Festival

Spice up your summer with the Araluen Chilli and Herb Festival

Araluen Botanic Park is heating up for the 15th annual Chilli and Herb Festival this February. Spice up your life with herb & chilli jams, sauces, beers, cocktails and more – as well as plants to start your own herb garden or chilli patch. The festival also includes live cooking shows, plant growing tutorials, live […]

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Distiller’s Loft: A spring affair with The Queens

Distiller’s Loft: A spring affair with The Queens

We all lead a busy life, and sometimes we lose the ability to try something new or even just to take the time to stop and smell the roses. Being new to Perth, I am slowly discovering that it doesn’t have hubs of activity like Oxford Street Sydney, or Collingwood in Melbourne; instead it has […]

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Nigella Lawson returns to Western Australia for the Gourmet Escape

Nigella Lawson returns to Western Australia for the Gourmet Escape

Celebrity cook and much-loved author and TV presenter Nigella Lawson will be returning to Western Australia for the Gourmet Escape this November. This year the expanded foodies event will not only be held in Margaret River but will also see a range of events rolled out across the Swan Valley as well. If you’re a […]

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Get some soup for lunch and support the fight against homelessness

Get some soup for lunch and support the fight against homelessness

Show your support for National Homelessness week by dropping grabbing a cup of soup for lunch from a pop-up soup kitchen in Brookfield Place. The objective of the soup kitchen is to increase awareness of homelessness in the community and health issues surrounding homelessness. They sell soup donated by Brookfield restaurants including; Basilica, The Apple […]

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Mt Hawthorn Streets & Lanes Festival springs to life

Mt Hawthorn Streets & Lanes Festival springs to life

The much loved Mt Hawthorn Streets and Lanes Festival is back this Sunday with an all-ages celebration in the Town Centre. As many as 70,000 people are expected to his the streets of Mt Hawthorn for tasty eats, tunes, performers and art, as well as one-off outdoor restaurants, cafes, pop-up bars, family entertainment and heaps […]

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Is it worth queuing for an hour for ramen?

Is it worth queuing for an hour for ramen?

Sometimes you go through phases of being obsessed with a particular food. This can lead you to a quest to find the perfect Caesar’s Salad or see you visit every Mexican restaurant in town. Currently my partner is quite obsessed with ramen. So we headed off to check out Perth’s latest ramen offering Keisuke Tonkotsu […]

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Pride’s annual picnic is on this weekend, here’s our tips for a great feast

Pride’s annual picnic is on this weekend, here’s our tips for a great feast

Pride’s annual picnic is the park is on this Saturday. It’ll be taking place at the Kyilla Community Farmer’s Market in Kyilla Park in North Perth from 8am – 12pm. Aside from attending the picnic, you can also stock up on fresh produce from the markets while you’re there, and there’s heaps of food available […]

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