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360 Collins Food Hub Launch

Melbourne definitely does not have a lack of quality places to eat lunch. That’s why it’s always so exciting when new venues open up in the city grid, as the competition is so fierce, the quality and service needs to…

Negroni Week Melbourne

Negroni Week launch at 1806

It’s that time of the year when lovers of the bitter Campari, gin, and vermouth mix get to celebrate with a tipple or two during Negroni Week. Do we need a week dedicated to a classic cocktail? When it’s also…

Nintendo Switch Melbourne preview launch

3 things we love about the new Nintendo Switch

There are a lot of perks of writing for The Plus Ones, from fancy restaurant launches to incredible interactive art experiences, we have done it all (all in the name of sharing what’s worth seeing with you of course!) This…

Midsumma Festival – Finucane & Smith’s Glory Box: Lucky 13

Finucane & Smith’s Glory Box: Lucky 13 held at Arts Centre Melbourne as part of Midsumma was a dazzling variety show of acrobatics, dance, circus and performance art rolled into one highly-sexual and fascinating package. The Melbourne-based, internationally-awarded vaudeville group…

The Avalanches give Melburnians a night to remember

While most of Melbourne is only just getting over their New Year’s Eve hangover, we thought it would be a great idea to kick off 2017 with a live show from one of Australia’s most known bands: The Avalanches. After…

Three things we love about the Royal Croquet Club

I’m writing this review from the comfort of an air-conditioned café, on a 34-degree day while flicking through dozens of pictures we took of the Royal Croquet Club’s (RCC) opening night – most of these pictures are of delicious Pimms…

RnB Fridays Live – all the greatest hits

Ever wanted to see some of the best RnB bands from around the world live at one huge concert?  We were lucky enough to do just that at RnB Fridays live. After launching as a Hit Networks radio show in…

Film Review: ‘Ouija – Origins of Evil’

The ouija board, pronounced ‘wee-ji’, is often mistakenly thought of as a mystic and mysterious was of talking to spirits. In reality the board was manufactured by the children’s games and toy brand Hasbro. Yes the same people who brought…

Junipalooza gin festival debuts in Melbourne

A festival all about craft gin? It was as if someone read our minds. Travelling all the way from London, Junipalooza is a gin festival celebrating The Gin Foundry‘s first tipple in Melbourne. Somewhat cheekily, this festival is running within a…

Dinner on The Colonial Tramcar Restaurant

For years I have been one of the many Melburnians to witness an unusually old tram with tinted windows trundling through the city and thought to myself, ‘that looks fun’ before forgetting all about it.  Well, not this time. My plus…