A rash of new openings broke out around Melbourne during the silly season. Here are some of the highlights.
Neil Perry's latest Burger Project is two-storeys of bun fun in busy Bourke Street.
After finding success with its Canadian dive bar model in Bondi, the Stuffed Beaver is opening an outpost north of the Bridge.
A classic New York steak house with a rocking name and buckets of flair to spare.
A new permaculture farm and caravan will be the perfect stop for weary travellers in search of a superior caffeine pick-me-up.
Hanging around at the airport has never been so pleasant, thanks to the arrival of Stomping Ground Terminal 3½.
A two-level fried chicken, streetwear and champagne superstore brings pluck to Parramatta.
And the burgers are seriously big.
After a $15 million rebuild, St Kilda pub Village Belle looks set to please all comers.
Former Vue de Monde head chef Mark Briggs has opened a place of his own in Paynesville.