Social distance indoors with (up to) five friends, take a solo stroll or keep it virtual. Here are some ideas that won't hit the hip pocket too hard.
Power your park stroll with pastries and caffeine from these takeaway spots.
These fave foodie spots around Melbourne will be re-opening for dine in from the first day of June.
Hanging out at home? Here's how to stay connected to Melbourne from the couch, free of charge.
Hanging out at home? Here's how to stay connected to Melbourne from the couch.
Don't ruin the joy of finally having a few friends around for dinner with food prep stress.
Staying in? You can still get your favourite dine out fix delivered.
The perfect way to enjoy the company of (up to five) friends.
There are plenty of ways to get behind your favourite café, restaurant, coffee roaster, bar or other small business.
These Melbourne foodie icons are open for takeaway and delivery. So you can fine dine indoors for that special occasion in isolation.
Find joy, distraction and connection, for yourself and others who are spending more time working from home than they're used to.
Master the souffle, learn to crochet in front of the telly and take a ballet class using your couch.
Don't deny yourself any longer and try a few of these gluten-friendly options from some of the city's foodie faves.
There are still plenty of small and independent shops that are fully stocked with wine, pasta, fresh produce and more.