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February 7, 2016

Your Cheeky Guide to Berra’s Best Chinese Food

03/02/2016 by OutInCanberra

It’s time to celebrate the year of the Monkey and what better way to ring in the Chinese New Year then with some amazing Chinese food. Enjoy the best that Canberra has to offer with these 6 Chinese restaurants and their signature dishes. __________________________________________ Sammy’s Kitchen (and Timmy’s) Where: Sammys -  Garema Centre, Bunda St Timmys - Manuka Village, Furneaux St

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The Ultimate Valentine's Date Giveaway

03/02/2016 by OutInCanberra

Do you feel like there’s too many options for Valentine’s Day dinner? Is the pressure to impress getting you down? Are you so stressed that you can’t make a decision? It’s enough to make you want to throw in the towel, grab some takeout and watch whatever is on Netflix. Well, listen up - there’s no need to settle for that! Treat your special someone (and yourself!) to a special Valentine’s dinner at Chifley’s Bar & Grill in the romantic surrounds of historic Hotel Kurrajong Canberra.

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Canberra's Multicultural Festival Turns 20!

19/01/2016 by OutInCanberra

Happy birthday to us! This year is the 20th anniversary of Canberra’s favourite festival – the National Multicultural Festival. Canberra’s Favourite Celebration There ain’t no party like a street-party party, and one of the biggest in the country will be on from Friday 12 until Sunday 14 February. Records will be broken as more than a quarter of a million people pack the city centre in celebration of the breadth and scope of the society in which we live.

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NYC in the heart of Kingston's Green Square

12/01/2016 by Nic Crowther

Since opening in late 2013, Little Brooklyn has taken its rightful position of Kingston’s favourite pub. Situated in Green Square – one of Canberra’s oldest shopping precincts – the busy little bar has proved popular among locals and visitors alike with its mix of friendly service, sport broadcasts and delicious food.

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Last Minute Guide: Christmas Eve, Boxing Day & NYE in Canberra!

23/12/2015 by OutInCanberra

Here's the ultimate guide to the festive season parties to keep in your back pocket. __________________________________________ Christmas Eve Thursday, 24 December 2015 Click here to see the guide. Boxing Day Saturday, 26 December 2015

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This Just Inn: Amazing eats at Ainslie's local!

22/12/2015 by Brian Tam

It’s no secret that having a great local pub is worth its weight in gold (or at very least, XXXX Gold), and for a long time, Edgar’s has been one of the inner north’s best kept secrets – a prized gem among Ainslie locals and a great destination for anyone looking to grab a drink in a casual atmosphere.

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Pub Grub hits new heights in Manuka

22/12/2015 by Brian Tam

As a venue that prides itself on being ‘Manuka’s pub’, Public Bar has long delivered a great pub experience and so much more to the area. Occupying the eye-catching corner of Franklin Street and Flinders Way, it’s taken advantage of its great location to firmly establish itself as the cornerstone of Manuka’s bar and nightlife scene.

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Good Evans! It's Braddon's Paleo Hub

22/12/2015 by Brian Tam

It can be a polarising subject, but there’s no denying the popularity of the paleo diet in recent times – it’s been the most Googled diet over the last two years and there are over 5000 paleo cookbooks available on Amazon. With more and more cafes and restaurants offering paleo-friendly dishes, the idea of paleo isn’t as foreign as it once was, and Paleo Café on Braddon’s Mort Street has proudly joined the growing list of Canberra cafes offering a paleo-only menu.

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5 Places for a Girly Loooooong Lunch

22/12/2015 by Maeve Bannister

In 2016, “Gal-entine’s Day” (only the most important day of the year!) is on a Saturday, and I already have grand plans for a brunch that would make Leslie Knope proud. Until then, I’ve been looking around for some places to celebrate the year that was with my very best girlfriends. Here are my favourite picks around Canberra for a girly long lunch. __________________________________________ As You Like It

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Healthy Living: A look back at Nutrition in 2015

21/12/2015 by Lisa Donaldson APD

Looking back, 2015 was an interesting year for nutrition. In one word, I could describe the last 12 months as ‘extreme’. All captured on Instagram with a filter and a hashtag to make us all feel guilty or righteous. Here’s my take on 2015 – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly. GREEN SMOOTHIE BOWLS The Good: People started getting more greens into their diet; and when smoothies are made with majority vege, that’s a superb hit of vitamins and minerals.

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