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April 21, 2015

Marble & Grain's Seasonal Treats

08/04/2015 by OutInCanberra

Did you notice that the weather has become decidedly cooler? It’s time to pack away the picnic blankets and head for the warmth of the indoors. Fortunately, Marble & Grain in Braddon is the ideal place to hide away from winter’s chills. Since opening in late 2014, the team at Marble & Grain has steadily built to include some of the most experienced cooks in Canberra. The recent arrival of Chef Danny Russo only adds to the expertise in the kitchen, bringing knowledge that can only be gained through working with some of the best restaurants across the world.

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Community Dining at Kaleen

07/04/2015 by OutInCanberra

Community clubs hold a special place in the hearts of Canberrans. As a space for friends and families to come together for all manner of reasons, their value cannot be underestimated. A central part of any celebration is food. At Sports Club Kaleen, diners are presented with a menu that mixes traditional club fare with a fantastic Indian influence that brings a breathe of fresh air to the classics.

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Power-lunching at Akiba

17/03/2015 by OutInCanberra

Get in, sit down and feel the energy. That’s the simple philosophy of AKIBA, the fast-paced restaurant and bar in ACTEWAGL House that does ‘eclectic’ with a healthy dose of ‘electric’

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The Museum SKYFIRE Bar - Menu

11/03/2015 by OutInCanberra

Click here to return to article. __________________________________ Elegant Canapé Selections Narooma rock oysters with pickled ginger and wasabi flying fish roe Sesame seared Yellowfin tuna with wasabi soy dipping sauce (gf) Fresh figs with goat's cured wrapped in Jamon (gf) Porcini mushroom risotto square with parmesan aioli (v) Roasted cherry tomato, basil & Taleggio tartlet (v) Braised lamb Shepherd’s Pie

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Supersize Me! Dining at Smoque Woden

03/02/2015 by OutInCanberra

Smoque Woden is here, and those south of the lake are unanimous in their joy at seeing the Favourite Restaurant in the OutInCanberra People’s Choice Awards (two years running!) opening its second outlet. So what can you expect when heading to Canberra’s latest destination for delicious barbequed treats? Well, essentially it’s more of the same with a fresh new feel for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Oh, and then there’s breakfast as well (but more of that shortly)

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Get The Look - Evening Chic

27/01/2015 by Carly Jade Devine

Have you got a glam party coming up? Whether it's your birthday, an evening of cocktails with the girls, an engagement party or fancy ball.. we have sourced the perfect look from boutiques right here in Canberra! 1. The Dress Keepsake 'End of Time' dress - $159.95 from mussen This dress has a fun pattern which is flattering for all body shapes. White is a gorgeous colour for any complexion and the marbled grey gives it a statement. The End of Time dress features a high neck, mid length skirt, a slight split at the front and an open back. 2. The Shoes

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Summer Days in The Garden Bar

18/12/2014 by OutInCanberra

It’s a beautiful scene. You take your cocktail from the well-dressed waiter and sit yourself by the water’s edge. Soaking up the warm sun, you run your fingers through the surface of the water feature and immediately notice the contrast in temperature to the warm summer air. Sipping from your drink, you feel cool and refreshed… the worries of the world seem a million miles away.

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In the Groove at Marble & Grain

16/12/2014 by OutInCanberra

After only a couple of weeks, Marble & Grain at The Avenue Hotel in Braddon has already seen amazing success. We were wondering what it might be that is bringing the crowds to the new venue. Is it just ‘the vibe of the thing’? Well, maybe… but here are a couple of other aspects that caught our eye when dining there last week. 1. The Bar

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Dining in Parisian Style at Les Bistronomes

27/10/2014 by Carly Devine

Les Bistronomes is located on Eloura Street, replacing what was once Delissio, and has quickly become part of the ‘Braddon Bunch’. Though, this French bistro boasts its own Parisian cool through a relaxed approach to dining. Head Chef and co-owner, Clement Chauvin utilises his creative cooking style to present a simple and traditional French menu; and while classic Gallic cooking is the basis for Les Bistronomes, look out for a few twists along the way.

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Barbecued Brilliance at Black Fire Braddon

01/09/2014 by OutInCanberra

BlackFire in Braddon brings a world of flavours to Mort Street. While most people will be amazed by the visual presence of meat cooking slowly on the open fire near the kitchen, in reality the style of Black Fire is much more complex. Certainly, there is a desire by owners Carolina Sanchez and Paolo Milanesi to make you feel as though you are walking into their living room as a result of their friendly and personal service.

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