New restaurant & bar openings in July – a round-up of what’s hit Melbourne in the past month

Here’s a little summary of what’s slated to hit or has hit Melbourne in the past/coming month. All details are as accurate as possible and updated as and when they’re confirmed. If I’ve missed any exciting new places off this list, please get in touch here! Send Email


Pecking Order MelbournePecking Order

When? Monday 15th July, 2013

What is it? Pecking Order is a premium fast food restaurant, specialising in free range flame grilled chicken. 

Who’s behind it? Brainchild of Trent Hibbs (owner), who lived his previous career as a Production Manager in the ragtrade.  The idea for Pecking Order came to be after Trent, who has a passion for all things food, identified the lack of free range fast food dining options. As a result, Trent packed up his desk and got ready for a new career in the food industry.  

Size? 48 (36x Indoor / 12x Outdoor). Wall art commissioned by Melbourne typographer Luke Lucas – The final artwork was masked and painted meticulously by Itstandsout

What’s on the Menu? Expect free range chicken burgers, wraps, nuggets, wings and whole, half or quarter birds.  Plus a selection of salads, chips, chargrilled corn and a Triple Choc Brownie for something sweet.

Bookings? No. Dine in or takeaway. Phone orders welcome.

Contact: 440 Church Street, Richmond VIC 3121. Ph. (03) 9429 3771. FacebookTwitter.

Pecking Order Melbourne
Pecking Order on Urbanspoon


Saint Crispin, Melbourne Saint Crispin

 When? Late June

 What is it? Saint Crispin is the latest  restaurant by Hatted chef and restaurateur, Scott Pickett of Estelle Kitchen & Bar who has joined forces with chef Joe Grbac (ex Press Club) to open Smith Street, Collingwood’s newest coveted dining establishment.

Who’s behind it? Chef restaurateurs Scott Pickett (Estelle) and Joe Grbac (Ex Press Club). Complimented by a front of house team lead by Ashley Firman (The European).

Size? Seating for 42. Design by Leah Hart.

What’s on the menu? Chefs and business partners, Pickett and Grbac have found synergy from time working at Two Michelin Starred The Square in London and developed a menu demonstrating techniques, flavours and balance imbedded in a menu driven by the seasons.   Dishes include Grimaud duck, heirloom beets, foie gras parfait and cumquat and Veal cheek, hand rolled macaroni, miso eggplant and almonds with desserts such as Poached rhubarb, burnt custard and blood-orange.

Bookings? Yes

Contact: 300 Smith Street, Collingwood. Ph. 9419 2202. WebsiteTwitter

Saint Crispin, Melbourne
Saint Crispin on Urbanspoon


Mercy Bar + Eatery - MelbourneMercy bar + eatery

When? Now open, from Midday – late Monday to Friday and from 5pm till Late Saturday.

What is it? Casual bar and eatery, great tunes, a place to drink a few pints or sit down for a full meal or even degustation. As a great man once said “Milk is for babies – when you grow up, you have to drink beer” – Arnold Schwarzenegger

 Who’s behind it? Marco Santucci(ex Carlise wine bar), Mat Beyer(Prince Wine store, Virginia Plain, other places and umm masterchef) and Andy Harmer(ex Vue Du Monde head chef).

Size? Seats between 130-140 depending on table setup.

What’s on the menu? Bar snacks such as Mercy fried quail, bone marrow, pistachio calamari, things in buns(burger/bagels/pork slider) larger offerings such as beef cheek, pork, veal & fennel meatballs in sugo, wild mushroom ragu, tallegio & wet polenta. crispy pork belly & confit cabbage. They also have a 5 course Dego for $65.

Bookings? We take bookings for half of Mercy – the rest is for walk ins.

Contact: 31 flinders Lane Melbourne next to cumulus inc. ph. 03 9290 0400. (website should be up very shortly) @mercybarmel

Mercy Bar + Eatery - Melbourne
Mercy bar + eatery on Urbanspoon

Halyard Coffee, DocklandsHalyard Coffee

When? 4th July 2013

What is it? Speciality coffee shop 

Who’s behind it? Owner – Miss Raj Atwal – She set it all up and Kris Wood from Clement Coffee is in charge of the coffee side of things.

Size? 16 seats, interior design by Wonder

What’s on the menu? Rotating single origins for filter coffee, clement coffee (pony blend) for the house espresso, rotating single origins for espresso, food is by Matt Forbes and Candied Bakery. They also do amazing milkshakes that were created for halyard coffee, the flavours include baked apple crumble and custard and caramalised hazelnut and chocolate.

Bookings? No.

Contact: 760 Bourke St, docklands 3008, Twitter: @halyardcoffee Instagram: and Now open on Saturdays 9 to 2pm

Halyard Coffee, Docklands
Halyard Coffee on Urbanspoon


Mr & Mrs Howell, BrunswickMr & Mrs Howell

When? July 2013

What is it? Catering for all the different diners Sydney Road is known for – a casual place to drop in for a drink-and-nibble on the way to the city.

Who’s behind it? Head Chef and Owner Mark Brozic (ex-Kamel in Albert Park) and Restaurant Manager Andrew Watts Jnr (ex-Vintners & Yarra Valley Wine Consultants)

Size? Around 40.

What’s on the menu? Mark and Andrew want the restaurant to be one of the first homes of a ‘Modern Melbourne’ cuisine. They believe the idea of a ‘Modern Australian’ cuisine has become a bit too safe and a bit too all encompassing, and yet while everyone says they want and enjoy it, they think we can take it a step further.

Influences and style of food in the form of sharing plates comes from Tetsuya (Tetsuya, Sydney), Jacques Reymond (Jacques Reymond, Melbourne), Raymond Blanc (le Manoir, France). Alister Brown (Logan Brown, Wellington), Paul Bocuse (Paul Bocuse, Melbourne Central), Kurt Sampson (Ownesville, Ripponlea) and of course Andrew McConnell (Cumulus Inc, Cutler &Co, Melbourne)

Bookings? Yes

Contact: 173 Sydney Rd. Brunswick, VIC 3056. Ph. 03 9381 0846. Facebook.

Mr & Mrs Howell, Brunswick
Mr & Mrs Howell on Urbanspoon


Los Barbudos, FitzroyLos Barbudos

When? July 5

What is it? Cuba in Fitzroy

Who’s behind it? Thank You, Come Again venue group – Lily Blacks, Double Happiness, New Gold Mountain, Mr Wow’s Emporium. Owners: Lachlan McAllister, Reza Bolouri, Tom Rattigan and venue manager Tom Ambroz

Size? 100 capacity bar and table seating

What’s on the menu? ‘El Paladar’ food truck. Cuban inspired street food coming soon in August. Brought to you by brothers who own Chingon and Dr Juicy Jay’s Crab Shack. Think empanadas, Cuban sandwiches, pulled pork and plantain fritters

Contact: 95 Smith St. Twitter – @losbarbudosbar

Los Barbudos, Fitzroy
Los Barbudos on Urbanspoon

Mr Wows Emporium - MelbourneMr Wow’s Emporium (next door to Los Barbudos)

When? July 2012

What is it? Purveyors of fine drinks, good times & bocce

Who’s behind it? Thank You, Come Again venue group

Size? 60 seats

What’s on the Menu? Find food trucks in their warehouse Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights (they also have free popcorn every night with flavored salt like Mexican, French & Greek)

Contact: 97B Smith Street

Ph.       0394192992 @_mrwow  (twitter and instagram)

Mr Wows Emporium - Melbourne
Mr Wow's Emporium on Urbanspoon

Touché Hombre Eléctrica Touché Hombre Eléctrica (Previously Claremont Tonic)

When? Opened 2nd July 2013

What is it? Touché Hombre Eléctrica brings its Melbourne CBD sister’s party vibe and street art style into South Yarra mixed with it’s own soul of fresh cantina style dishes by head chef Sean Judd, not to mention a new seductive spin on traditional cocktails and wall fit with 80 different tequila’s.

Who’s behind it? The Maison Davis Group (Davis Yu) who also owns Touché Hombre and Head Chef Sean Judd (former Claremont Tonic, Louie and Chin Chin)

Size? Number of Seats: Bar seating: Yes. Designed by: Masion Davis Group Art Director Pierre Hadlow

What’s on the Menu?  Fresh Cantina Style Dishes – Judd’s menu takes the heart of traditional Mexican street food and combines it with a creative Melbourne twist including star dishes such as ‘Ceviche Electrica’ with Mezcal cured ocean trout, crema caviar, green apple and cilantro, the ‘Queso Fundidio’ or cheese fondue with Jack cheese, dark beer, house made chorizo, jalapeno chilli and egg. The favourites also include the ‘Wagyu Beef Taco’ with Cane de pecho, Braised Blackmore wagyu brisket, avocado, onion and oregano. Moving on to the ‘Barbecao’ section of the menu is the Mexican road side pork or ‘Cochinillo Asado’ with Chipotle-tamarind marinated roast pork, crackling, pineapple, jicama and pickled onion served to share with tortillas.

Bookings? For groups larger than 8

Contact: 15 Claremont Street, South Yarra. Ph: 03 9827 0399 Twitter. email: Open Tues – Sunday. Noon till late.

Touché Hombre Eléctrica
Touche Hombre Electrica on Urbanspoon


MARKOV BEER & DINING, MelbourneMarkov Beer & Dining

When? July 4

What is it? The new Markov is a craft beer and casual dining venue serving urban comfort food in a stylish warehouse space.

Who’s behind it? Original owners of Markov Place & Little Markov .Head Chef Trumble Dewé. He was Head Chef at Vin Cellar in Prahran before joining Markov Place in 2011 where he became the youngest chef to be awarded a hat from The Age Good Food Guide at just 24 years old. He’s now 28.

Size? 55 seats inc bar seating. Designed by The Anatomy (

What’s on the menu? Urban comfort food, the kind that’s unfussy, full of flavour and respects produce without trying to make it into something it’s not. It’s the kind of food you want to eat at home, but can’t necessarily make yourself.

Favourites include fried school prawns with lime and spiced salt, hot wings with ranch, pork and porter spare ribs with shallots, lime and coriander, chicken schnitzel with apple and cabbage slaw and pale ale relish, wagyu burger with the lot and fries, lemon and ginger doughnuts with passionfruit curd

Bookings? For big groups (10+)

Contact: 350-352 Drummond Street Carlton, VIC 3039, (03) 9347 7133, Tue-Thu: 5pm-late Fri: 12pm-late Sat-Sun: 3pm-late

Website:,, Facebook:, Twitter: @MarkovCarlton, Instagram: @MarkovCarlton


Markov Place on Urbanspoon

20ft Monster Pop Up 20ft Monster

 When? April 20th was the first Attack. Like on Facebook to hear of upcoming attacks

 What is it? A pop up of  Monstrous proportions

Who’s behind it? Johan Van der Walle, Hellenic republic, Chocolate Budda, Samuel Maher, Press Club, Chez Bruce

Size? Varies in relation to the venue but no more then 60 seats

What’s on the Menu? Asian inspired big fresh spicy flavours, Korean tacos, DIY banh mi, Sichuan fish, white chillis

Bookings? Yes

Contact: Facebook. Twitter. Ph.0403 026 466.

20ft Monster Pop Up


Common Ground L.E.S. Carlyle St Common Ground L.E.S.

 When? 18 June 2013

 What is it? Krivitsky and Alexander are looking to recreate the homely feel of a New  York-style Jewish deli in Melbourne’s Jewish heartland.

 Who’s behind it? Sasha Krivitsky and daughter Jacqui Alexander who have an existing roaster cafe located in Ormond.

Size? Seating for around 25

What’s on the menu? A big list of toasted bagels with various fillings and savoury Russian dishes.

Bookings? No bookings

Contact: 298 Carlisle St, Balaclava, VIC 3183. Website:

Common Ground L.E.S. Carlyle St
Common Ground L.E.S on Urbanspoon

Little Tommy Tucker, Melbourne Little Tommy Tucker

 When? 11 July 2013

 What is it? A new café on Bentleigh’s main drag championing Dukes coffee and simple, beautifully cooked fare with a twist.

 Who’s behind it? Owner and front of house manager, Jimmy Marinis has run  and owned city cafes for over a decade. Head Chef Brett Hobbs has an impressive pedigree working under Nathan Johnson as chef-de partie at Maze Grill and Millswyn, and more recently as sous chef under Nick Stanton at Woods of Windsor. He’s worked alongside and been influenced by both Matthew Butcher (executive chef Morris Jones) and Nick Stanton.

Size? Seats 48 inside and 12 outside on the footpath. Designed by Emily Stubbe and Joanna Butler.

What’s on the menu? Signature breakfast items include eggs Benedict with slow braised Otway ham hock, and smoked salmon scrambled eggs with crème fraiche. For lunch, the wagyu burger with BLT garnish sandwiched in a brioche by Phillip bun, and the quinoa, pea, cucumber, feta, avocado and herb salad.

Bookings? Yes for groups larger than 8

Contact: 432 Centre Road, Bentleigh. Ph. 9576 5174 E. Twitter. @littletommytuc

Little Tommy Tucker, Melbourne
Little Tommy Tucker on Urbanspoon


Sbriga Espresso Bar, MelbourneSbriga Espresso Bar

When? Wednesday 26th June 2013

What is it? Roman inspired Espresso Bar with a Melbourne soul – providing you the best 15 minutes of your day, over breakfast, brunch or lunch…they love real coffee, real food and engaging with real people.

Who’s behind it? Mario Simeone – background in Product Design & Hospitality – Hospitality experience at The Provincial (under Max Fink & Eddie Crupi) & The Standard Hotel (under Steve Miller)

Size? Stands 20 inside & 8 seated outside.  Designed by Mario Simeone & Andrew Scott-Young

What’s on the menu? Pizza (bases made on the premises), Panini & Sweets by Dolcetti & Noisette. Stand out dishes include Pizza Lingue: Capricossa with a twist – smoked kassler ham, kalamata olives, mushrooms & Sweet baby bell capsicums stuffed with fetta. Paninis – roasted garlic chicken, homemade basil pesto & provolone.

Bookings? No – but they do catering for local businesses

ContactP:   03 9077 7653 E:   |  B:   |  W: Twitter: @sbrigamelbourne | | Pinterest: | Tumblr:

Sbriga Espresso Bar, Melbourne
Sbriga Espresso Bar on Urbanspoon


Mindy Woods, MasterchefMindy Wood’s Australia Wide POP UP Tour

When? Melbourne August 11, 2013

What is it? Highlighting Australia’s fabulous, sustainable produce and its beautiful passionate growers.

 Who’s behind it? Mindy Woods (Master Chef Contestant 2012 ) in partner ship with FishTales, Pepe Saya Butter, Brasserie Breads.

 Size? 100 Pax stand up interactive event.

What’s on the menu?  Sensational Sustainable Seafood, Kinkawooka mussels, Pepe Saya Butter, Brasserie Breads, Fowels Wines, Young Henry’s Beer.

Bookings? Ticketed event. Bookings essential. $80/head. Ph. 0449899317. Twitter. Facebook.

Mindy Woods, Masterchef


Mr Nice Guy, Melbourne Mr Nice Guy

 When? Early June

 What is it? Thai and western breakfast/brunch/dinner  dishes. They named the new cafe ‘Mr Nice Guy’ because of  what Siriporn used to call her Fiance when they first started  going out.

Who’s behind it? Owners Siriporn and David of Middle Fish Thai cafe in North Melbourne.

Size? Seating for around 35.

What’s on the menu? Proud Mary coffee. Stir-fry dishes, pad thai, fried rice, home-smoked lemongrass cured salmon with scramble eggs and coconut reduction, coconut pancakes, Asian-inspired macaron flavours – Thai Milk Tea, Lychee, Chocolate, Mango, Passionfruit and Caramel

Bookings? Yes.

Contact: Mr Nice Guy, 10 Healeys Lane, Melbourne, Vic 3000 (Ph 03 9973 1761). Open for dinner Wednesday – Saturday.

Mr Nice Guy, Melbourne
Mr. Nice Guy on Urbanspoon

Young Bloods Diner, FitzroyYoung Bloods Diner
When? 28th July 2013
What is it? All day eatery in the backstreets of Fitzroy.
Who’s behind it? Owners: Adam and Christian Ferrante, Head Chef: Sascha Randle (Builders Arms, Albert Park Hotel, PM24)
Size? 110, Designed by March Studios (Baker D. Chirico)
What’s on the menu? Breakfast and brunch classics with a modern twist.
Bookings? No.
Contact: 60 Rose Street, Fitzroy 3065,, Facebook, 9419 5529,
Young Bloods Diner, Fitzroy


The Drifters Table, MelbourneThe Drifter’s Table

When? After coming up with the idea in November 2012, they have been hosting pop ups every 4-6 weeks in varying locations since January of this year.

What is it? Three Melbourne-based chefs hosting pop up dinners around the city.

Who’s behind it? Robbie Bell, Zac Nicholson and Keelan Gallogly with over 30 years combined experience from places such as Rockpool Bar & Grill, Quay and The Fat Duck.

Size? Depends on the size of the venue; they’ve been accommodating up to 45 people at the most recent dinners.

What’s on the menu? The format is four courses for $65, or four courses with matching wines for $100. Local wines and beers are also available to purchase on the night. The focus is on producing ‘refined-hearty food’. They want to offer simple, seasonal food cooked to the highest standard they can. Past menus include dishes such as Chicken and Tarragon Croquettes with Preserved Lemon; Blue Eye with Black Olive, Red Capsicum and Samphire; Roast Pork Belly, Pickled Cabbage and Spiced Apple; Fruit Crumble with Bay Leaf Custard.

Bookings? Reservations only. The date is confirmed over Facebook, Twitter and our website usually about 3 weeks in advance. Bookings are then taken over email on a first come first served basis.

Contact? Website:, Facebook: The Drifter’s Table, Twitter: @drifterstable, email:

The Drifters Table, Melbourne


Cellar Bar - Newmarket HotelCellar Bar (beneath the Newmarket Hotel)

When? Friday 19th July, then open Thurs-Sat 6pm-1am

What is it? A playground for grownups. Cocktails, bottle service and private booths. Friday nights will see DJs while Saturday night will see a unique mixture of live music acts from around Melbourne.

Who’s behind it? The Melbourne Pub Group, Tom Walker, food by Director Paul Wilson.

Size? Approx 100 seated 30 standing, plus room at bar/dance floor

What’s on the menu? Luxe bar lounge food. Items like ceviche, taco sliders, grilled chorizo.

Bookings? Yes, and walk-ins

Contact: Below 34 Inkerman Street, St Kilda, (03) 9534 1060. FB: Twitter: @CellarBar_nmh Website:

Cellar Bar - Newmarket Hotel
Cellar Bar on Urbanspoon


Gazi - George Calombaris, MelbourneGazi

When? May 2013

What is it? The-restaurant-formerly-known-as-The-Press-Club has reemerged as Gazi.

Who’s behind it?  MAdE Establishemt, George Calombaris designed the menu

Size? 140 seats with a bar

What’s on the menu? All about Greek Street Food. Think beef brisket and soft shell crab souvlaki. Wood fired grilled prawns, Saganaki with cumquat.

Bookings? Yes, also leave room for walk ins

Contact: 2 Exhibition St, Melbourne. Ph. 03 9207 7444 Twitter: @gazirestaurant Facebook: /gazirestaurant

Gazi - George Calombaris, Melbourne
Gazi on Urbanspoon


Storm in a Teacup BarStorm In A Teacup – opens new bar section.

When? Bar opened in July 2013.

What is it? Collingwood’s tea café & bar Storm in a Teacup imports teas from around the world (many via direct, ethical trade), educates the tea curious, designs home tea rituals that bring health and happiness to many, and curates tea lists for cafes and restaurants all over Melbourne, as well as Adelaide and Sydney. 35 different teas available.

Who’s behind it? Storm in a Teacup is the brainchild of artist and tea fanatic Hannah Dupree. After travelling to Sri Lanka in 2011, where the bulk of the world’s tea is produced, Hannah learned a lot about the mystery and romance of tea.

Size? The tea cafe & bar seats 30 people inside and out.

What’s on the menu? Over 35 different teas, from black, green, white oolong and a riot of single origin and first flush flavours from around the globe. The bar list features creative tea cocktails allowing you to experience tea in a new and contemporary capacity. Order yourself a G&T mixed with Jasmine tea, West Winds Gin and Capi Tonic, or a Teatini mixed with Sejak Korean Green Tea and Gold Leaf, and Delord Blanche Armagnac. Also on the menu are delicious house-made cakes, desserts, brunch and bar dishes.

Bookings? No

Contact: 48A Smith Street, Collingwood, Victoria 3066. Ph. (03) 9415 9593 Open hours: Tues & Wed 10am – 5pm, Thurs 10am – 9pm, Fri & Sat 10am – 11pm, Sun 10am – 5pm Mon (closed).
Storm in a Teacup on Urbanspoon


The Birmingham - Workshop of the WorldBIRMINGHAM – WORKSHOP OF THE WORLD

When? June

What is it? Sports bar, pub & beer garden reopening after a facelift.

Who’s behind it? The group behind Mountain View (Richmond), Elgin Inn (Hawthorn), Union Hotel (Ascot Vale), Club Retro (City)

Size? Caters for 200 people – seating in 5 different areas including a two-teir beer garden.

What’s on the menu? Gastropub classics with a smattering of international dishes to keep things interesting.

Bookings? Yes.

Contact: 333 Smith St Collingwood, website, Facebook, Ph. 9417 2706, Twitter

The Birmingham - Workshop of the World
Birmingham Hotel - Workshop of the World on Urbanspoon

Soi 38 pop upSoi 38 Pop Up

When? Friday 19th July

What is it? For a limited 6 week season Soi 38 will be hosting a Tour of Thai Noodles featuring a different dish each week.

Who’s behind it? Andy and Top from the Soi 38 food cart.

Size? 50 (some shared seating)

What’s on the menu? Thai Noodles Soups. Simple.

Bookings? Yes. Walk-in also fine.

Contact: Sketch & Tulip café, Victoria Street, North Melbourne.

Soi 38 pop up


Trailer Park Melbourne Pop UpTrailer Park at Village Melbourne

When? Saturdays & Sundays in August, 12pm til 8pm

What is it? Melbourne’s first curated gathering of food trucks in one location – an outdoor food court!

Who’s behind it? Coordinated by Jess Pryles – Beatbox Kitchen, Cornutopia, Gumbo Kitchen, The Curry Truck, Chingon and White Guy Cooks Thai and the debut of The Brûlée Cart announced so far.

Size? Come one come all.

What’s on the menu? A range of gourmet burgers, corn and tacos, New Orleans style gumbo and po boys, a variety of classic curries, and warm crème brûlée. Match these with the Lagerita, a margarita topped up with beer.

Bookings? No – just show up and get your trailer park on!

Contact: 557 St Kilda Road, Melbourne (enter Moubray St.). Saturdays & Sundays, 12pm til 8pm. Facebook. Twitter.

Trailer Park Melbourne Pop Up
Village Melbourne on Urbanspoon


Bluestone Restaurant, MelbourneBluestone Restaurant Bar

When? Friday 30th August from 7pm

What is it? A one off event: “Traditional Thanks Giving Dinner”.

Who’s behind it? Owners Jason & Valerie McLean & our American Executive Head Chef Cody Cunningham, wish to say “thank-you” to our customers and friends for 13 years of trade

Size? Selling up to 100 tickets

What’s on the menu? Two-course menu. Shared family style dining, platters of food presented in the middle of the table to include traditional roasted turkey, sage stuffing, gravy and cranberry sauce, broccolini casserole, corn on the cob, confit garlic mash, sweet potato and marshmallow dauphinoise, buttered yellow beans, cobb salad, bread and whipped butter. Dessert includes cherry pie,  pumpkin pie and whipped cream with tea or coffee. Inclusive of free flowing beer, wine and soft drinks from 7-10pm. Exact wines TBC still but will beer, sparkling, red and white wine.

Bookings: Essential

Contact: 349 flinders Lane, Melbourne. Website:  Facebook: Bluestone Restaurant. Ph: 96204060. Email: (for bookings)

Bluestone Restaurant Bar
Bluestone Restaurant on Urbanspoon


And on the horizon…..
Jimmy Grants - CalombarisJimmy Grants
When: 2nd August
What is it: Modern souvlaki bar
Who’s behind it?  George Calombaris, George Sykiotis and Travis McAuley who is chef/part owner at Hellenic Republic.
Size: 30 seats. Designed by Techne Architects
What’s on the menu? Souvlakis, dips, pita and others sides, meat by the plate, salads, desserts and drinks (no takeaway on alcohol)
Bookings? No
Contact: 113 Saint David Street Fitzroy
Jimmy Grants, Melbourne


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6 thoughts on “New restaurant & bar openings in July – a round-up of what’s hit Melbourne in the past month

  1. Wow!
    Now this is what a well researched blog is called!
    Although I wish you could provide us with a price range as well.

    Anyway, this has been a great insight for us.
    We are on our way from Adelaide to Melbourne on a car hire.
    Would you suggest us to go through any other articles on your blog?

  2. Hey, I’ve been living off this FANTASTIC post to try new stuff! Wish one of these every month would come up! 🙂
    Just a quick note, you need to update it since Mercy B+E has closed…. yeah, up in July, down in August… who would have thought?

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