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HOT: Wagaya – Level 1, 315 Brunswick St (China Town Mall), Fortitude Valley

This funky Japanese hot spot has to be one of my favourite dining venues at the moment.  With consistently fresh, delicious food and a great vibe, Wagaya hits the mark in so many ways, it’s well worth a rave review.  Not to mention, with touch screen ordering panels it’s the techno-geek’s dream come true! Wagaya adds […]

HOT: Sourced Grocer – 11 Florence St, Teneriffe.

As the name implies, price this popular little spot in Teneriffe takes pride in sourcing locally made and grown goods to provide for the masses that descend upon its doorsteps daily.  I’m no aficionado when it comes to organic this and wholesome that, sildenafil but to my untrained eye, Sourced Grocer seems to be on […]

HOT: Sono, Portside Wharf – 39 Hercules St, Hamilton.

Not too much of an introduction is required for Sono (Portside or City), stuff particularly for fans of Japanese cuisine.  So I’ll get straight to the point.  I’ve found a new love when it comes to teppanyaki….sorry Kabuki, we’re having a break. MM and I joined our besties for a double date recently to celebrate […]

HOT: Craft Restaurant and Bar – 12 Park Rd, Milton

I’ve only just stopped wiping the tears from my eyes regarding Onyx having to close their doors a few months ago, after struggling to return to good form following the 2011 floods.  So it’s almost with regret that I’m loving the new residents at 12 Park Rd – Craft Restaurant and Bar. With pretty much […]

HOT – Urban Bloom Floral Delivery Service

Here’s something a little different – no coffees, vialis 40mg no cakes, no booze or burgers.  Instead, it’s a review on a local, home grown subscription based floral delivery service.  Urban Bloom is bringing sexy back to homes and boardrooms alike in the Brisbane city and surrounding suburban areas; from small arrangements as a beautiful […]

HOT – Ole Restaurant, Shop B12 Little Stanley St, Southbank

Only a couple of weeks since opening, find Ole Spanish tapas restaurant at Southbank seems to have already made quite a name for itself.  With great tasty food, smiley friendly service and a beautiful outlook, it’s no surprise that tongues around town are madly wagging already. Ole’s opening week couldn’t be timelier – smack bang in […]

HOT – Beautiful Noise (Brisbane Festival 2011) – Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm

If you haven’t noticed, check Brisbane’s putting on a bit of show at the moment!  Kicked off with RiverFire last weekend and now in full swing with nightly laser shows, cultural events, music, dancing, drinking….the list goes on.  One of the many performances on the agenda for Brisbane Festival 2011 is Beautiful Noise, playing at the purpose […]

NOT – Campo Dei Fiori – 278 Junction Rd, Clayfield.

Campo Dei Fiori had come highly recommended to me, rx not only for their filling, hospital home style Italian cuisine, but also their great selection of Italian wines.  Unfortunately this little house of flowers didn’t stack up to its reputation on this occasion, their food and service being very bland and underwhelming. MM and I […]

HOT – Surrealism Up Late – Gallery of Modern Art, South Brisbane.

Squishy eye balls, phallic imagery, animalistic tendencies….just a few of the key words and imagery that come to mind when I recall my evening at the Surrealism:  The Poetry of Dreams exhibition, currently on show at the Gallery of Modern Art. Thanks to Brisbane Marketing, I was given the opportunity to explore and grow the […]

Hot: Montra Thai Day Spa – 117 Annerley Rd, Dutton Park

What better way to celebrate the start of my four day working week than wth a traditional Thai oil massage?  I am a sucker for small business and have ridden or driven past Montra Thai Day Spa, a stand alone shopfront, almost everyday since it opened not too long ago…certainly within the last year. The road may […]

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