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Thornbury

Exploring Thornbury

Lately, I have found myself in the bustling and growing suburb of Thornbury. You may have seen my Welcome to Thornbury post - but that's not the only hip thing there. Arrive on a weekend and you'll find multiple busy cafes down High St and you just won't know what to choose. Ampers&: 863 High St, ThornburyOne day I ...

Welcome to Thornbury

When I first heard this place was opening, I wasn't too excited. Mainly because past food truck parks and festivals were great at first, but then they got repetitive. The packed crowds and long waits for food just were not worth the overpriced food portions. My sister hasn't experienced one though, so we decided to give ...

Jerry Joy

I don't go to brunch too often - but I decided to take my sister out to celebrate the end of exams, so here was my chance. I went back to my long-forgotten list of places to go and noticed Jerry Joy. My older sister told me to try it last year as her friend owns the place, a friend who used to own The Foodrinkery. ...

Learn to Live Comedy Gala

Today I'm posting about something a little different as I believe it's something important, much more than what food I ate for dinner last night. Yesterday we went to the Learn to Live comedy gala featuring big names such as Denise Scott and Adam Hills. For such a lineup, our $50 tickets were a steal! And it's great to see ...

Brother Alec

If you're familiar with the northern suburbs, you'll know that High St is not lacking in places to eat and cafes. The other weekend I decided to try Brother Alec, even though I'd read a review that they hardly stood out from other cafes on the street. The place is quite small, normal for a local cafe. The service was ...