When the words ‘free’ and ‘food’ are put in the same sentence, our little hearts skip a beat – especially when we know that it’s...Little & Olver, 393 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
Monday nights at Boney play host to resident DJ T-Rek as he brings a broad mix of blues, kraut rock, dub and old school rock to get you moving...Boney, 68 Little Collins St, Melbourne
Imperial Comedy is named as such not because of a policy of expansion via colonisation, but after the hotel in which it is housed. The comedy is...Imperial Hotel, 2-8 Bourke St, Melbourne
The Improv Conspiracy will be bringing their quick wit and sharp skills to the Dan O'Connell every Wednesday. The evening will see the crew...The Dan O'Connell Hotel, 225 Canning St, Carlton
The Southgate Cinema, Melbourne’s only silent cinema, is back for another season. Every Tuesday until May 2015, after sundown comes, put in your...Southgate Cinema, Southgate Promenade, Southbank
Attica is the little restaurant that could, in the little suburb that you wouldn’t expect (Ripponlea’s only other claim to fame is a...74 Glen Eira Rd, Ripponlea
Ronnie Di Stasio is a legend. Art lover. Lady admirer. A man of the old school of hospitality who knows when to cross a palm with a free drink,...31 Fitzroy St, St Kilda
For the last decade, the Black Pearl has rocked Melbourne’s socks off harder than any other bar in town. The formula is simple: great cocktails,...304 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
If you’re more a restaurant toe-dipper than a card-carrying fanatic, chances are you have some questions about Brae. Namely, “Who is Dan...4285 Cape Otway Rd, Birregurra
Disclaimer: Gerald Diffey ’s a good friend of Time Out ’s, and much of what we love about Brooks, the CBD restaurant opened by Diffey and...115-117 Collins St, Melbourne
We’re a sucker for a piece of Rockpool rump, but these pubs are doing it old school and that’s the way we like it.
Need an ale but don’t need the macho pub ’tude? Hit a family-friendly tavern.
Beat old man winter with a stick of firewood and freshly pulled pint!
Eat for free or chump change at these fine bars.
For beers and sun and moonlight and wine, these are our favourite rooftop bars right now.
In little over three years and three features, writer-director JC Chandor has launched himself into the rare company of uncompromising filmmakers...
Squint your eyes and the NSW Central Coast beachside retreat of Seal Rocks looks a bit like ancient Greece. You certainly don’t have to try hard...
Men of steel and iron have grunted at the multiplex, but you’re not going to see an image as tough or elemental – as goddamned manly – as...
Only a filmmaker like Clint Eastwood – conservative, patriotic but alive and sensitive to human tragedy – could make a movie about an Iraq War...
David Cronenberg once mused about a “straight drama” version of The Fly . “It’d be a tough sell for a movie,” the great Canadian...