• Melbourne Restaurants – Prix Fixe

    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

    Lunch. Lunch. Lunch. It is seriously something magical. The one thing that makes the day time meal even more magical is when it is accompanied by wine.

    On Saturday Stu tasked himself with choosing a restaurant that provides both lunch and great wine and whudda you know? He nailed it!

    The weirdest part of it all was that we had to pay for the food and wine before it even touched our lips. Prix Fixe (don’t let the name deceive you) prides itself on being ‘Australia’s only ticketed dining room’ which means, you guessed it, you have to buy tickets to eat there. Every diner must secure and pay for their tickets online, much like you would for a show or the theatre, and the restaurant experience is nothing short of theatrical.

    After pre-lunch cocktails and some oysters across the lane at Stokehouse City, we ventured into the cosy Prix Fixe space. It’s intimate, welcoming and smells oh so good.

    Kitchen extraordinaire Philippa Sibley is one half of the brains behind the eatery, which changes menu themes monthly. Every four weeks Sibley generates a new four course dinner (or two/three course lunch) which draws inspiration from a book, a season, or anything else that tickles her fancy.

    September’s theme is ‘A La Sibley’ – an ode to her most famous dishes, capped off with the signature ‘Snickers’ dessert, which I can still taste now. Every course was delicately placed on the plate and each flavour served its own purpose.

    The waitstaff enjoy a giggle and are just the right level of attentive.

    Although the ticket thing might prove a little tricky for some, it means no pesky queues and a decently priced lunch. The only downside is if something pops up and you can’t make it, there’s no such thing as a refund.

    We left with happy bellies.

    Prix Fixe address: Alfred Place, 90 Collins Street, Melbourne CBD

    Remember to get your tickets early: www.prixefixe.com.au
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    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

    Melbourne Restaurants Prix Fixe

  • Neuw Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    NEUW Black Rope Party at Shadow Electric, Abbotsford Convent – 30.05.2014

    Sponsored by Sailor Jerry, Tomoka Beer and Capi

    The freaking excellent bands that captured the event and made it dance like Marty McFly in Back to the Future III were Citizen Sex and Teeth and Tongue

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

    Neuw Jeans Black Rope Party

  • Guerrilla Theatre Brand Launch Party

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Discovering new spaces along the streets you walk every day is something pretty special. Last night we ventured through a door on Chapel Street that we had never even noticed before. One floor up, above the trams and Thursday night crowds, we entered SoHigh Gallery – the new home of Guerrilla Theatre Brand clothing.

    It was a preview of the brand’s debut collection and a christening of the space – with Jackie Onassis, DJ Prequel and DJ Flagrant making everyone feel right at home.

    Find out more about Guerrilla Theatre Brand here.

    Or connect with them on Facebook.
    SoHigh Gallery:
    143a Chapel Street, Windsor.
    See our video below

    Tunes: Free Verse by Dolomic
    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer

    Stu Morley Melbourne Photographer