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Sunshine in a Cup – Artificer Specialty Coffee Bar & Roastery in Surry Hills Near Sydney, Australia

According to Merriam-Webster artificer means, "a skilled or artistic worker or craftsman." At Artificer Specialty Coffee Bar & Roastery in Sydney, Australia coffee is a craft. Artificer Coffee was co-founded by Shoji Sasa and Dan Yee (who is also involved with Salvage Specialty... Continue Reading →

The Best Culinary Splurge Down Under – Tetsuya’s Restaurant in Sydney, Australia

Every once in awhile a restaurant comes along that transforms your outlook on fine dining. Tetsuya's Restaurant in Sydney, Australia is one of those magical places. It's no secret that Relais & Château is known for unearthing ethereal gourmet restaurants and... Continue Reading →

Love at First Bite – A Tiny Place in Hobart, Tasmania

With a population that hovers around 200,000 people, a tiny place might be the perfect way to describe Hobart, Tasmania. Nestled inside Hobart's historic Battery Point suburb, like a culinary matryoshka or a Russian nesting doll, you'll find A Tiny... Continue Reading →

Head Over Heels – The Cook, His Wife & Her Shoes in Sydney, Australia

For shoe enthusiasts the Holy Grail (well, besides nabbing Carrie Bradshaw's covetable closet from Sex and the City) is discovering exclusive handmade shoes and unique designs. A magical shoetique called the The Cook, His Wife & Her Shoes exists in Sydney's tony... Continue Reading →

Black Magic – Devon Café in Sydney, Australia

There are certain things you can't get enough of: thank yous, vacation days and shoes might be on your list. Truffles are grocery store gold and a culinary treasure it's nearly impossible to overdose on. Just the thought of truffles is enough to... Continue Reading →

I Love You LONgTIME Brisbane

When we arrived in Brisbane, it was a mess. Let me clarify, Brisbane’s club going set was a mess. I can’t really blame Brisbane. It was about 7:30pm on a Wednesday evening and people were quite busy celebrating Ekka People's Day,... Continue Reading →

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