Gourmet Cinema is an outdoor food and film experience at the Caulfield Race Course. There’s an impressive line up of Melbourne’s trendiest restaurants catering this event, and I can vouch for the summer picnic atmosphere being something novel to do this March.
This weekend I went to Melbourne’s ultra exclusive 2016 Diner en Blanc event. It’s an annual White Party that happens in cities all over the world, and would be likened to a flash-gathering for a giant dinner party. Almost 2,000 people arrived at the mystery location – Docklands!
One Friday, I went out for dinner to celebrate my friend Leanne’s birthday at Gypsy & Pig. This Japanese restaurant specialises in fine cuts of Kurobuta pork, which is pure-bred Berkshire pork. I can attest that their pork dishes are exceptionally delicious!
The other weekend, I ended up in Rosebud celebrating a friend’s birthday. Rosebud is this beautiful beach-side area along the peninsula east of Melbourne’s city.
So last weekend Melbourne celebrated its annual White Night. White Night is a cultural arts festival of light installations, music and dance all over the city of Melbourne for which about 600,000 people attend for free from 7pm-5am.
<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/14699859/?claim=dmr9r34kwpy”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> La Luna Bistro in the greenery of Melbourne’s North Carlton suburb, serves the BEST dessert plate my hubby and I ever had the pleasure of eating!
So there’s a Japanese makeup trend mimicking the “hangover” or drunken pink cheeks that’s blazing its way around Asia right now. I’m always fascinated by beauty and makeup trends, and this one was just too darn cute to ignore!
Shauna and I decided to take some sweet tea time as a break during our full afternoon of eating and shopping.