Author: OutInCanberra

Canberra Dining

Canberra’s dining industry is fruitful, with so many spectacular venues taking advantage of our city’s beautiful surroundings and picturesque lake.

Our city’s talented chefs strive to entertain and delight the people of Canberra, always offering unique taste experiences for your enjoyment.

Step outside the square, discover a new venue, browse menus and make your reservation online, all with OutInCanberra.

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Zeffirelli Manuka launches with Quality

Iconic Canberra favourite, Zeffirelli has just launched the third restaurant of the Zeffirelli name, with a jumbo treat for Camp Quality.

The team celebrated the official opening by providing free food, drink and entertainment to over sixty children, parents, staff members and volunteers from Camp Quality.

Joe Pelle from Zeffirelli said, “We were really ecstatic to be able to contribute to a great cause in our own unique way. It was a rewarding experience to see children and their families laughing and having great time together while being out at a restaurant."

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Momentum for winter

Change of season can be overwhelming for the average shopper, with style overhaul happening in every shop from street to high, you’re current wardrobe can begin to look like an unimpressive portal into last season before you can say ‘faux pas.’

Canberra’s high fashion boutique Momento Dezigns consistently offer high-style sliced and diced and ready to wear with fashionable advice.

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Celebrating 1 DeVine Year

It may feel like only yesterday that Kamberra Winery was functioning as a restaurant winery, but it’s been 12 months already, and the transformation to DeVine Function Centre has been nothing short of a success.

“We are celebrating our first successful year in business as DeVine Function Centre,” said General Manager, Craig Forbutt.

Since re-establishing the venue as Devine Function Centre, the team have transformed the space into a range of elegant function rooms.

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Rogues are better in the dark

Neighbours fans will remember the nation-wide feeling of intrigue when it was announced that soap star Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Ramsey Street’s home wrecker ‘Izzy’ joined a grungy electro band. Unlike her former Neighbours stars turned pop princesses; Bassingthwaighte was breaking the ‘pop star’ mould.

Woman’s Day was on it, New Idea was on it, and the fit blonde vamp was on it with excessive eye liner, 70’s Brit punk outfits and loads of attitude.

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