Food & Drink

Is it called a Parmi or a Parma? Geelong decides.

By Abbey Jane “If you could only eat parmi’s for the rest of your life, or never have a parmi again, what would you choose?” This heavy existential question, overheard at a local Geelong hotel, stumped the man mid-bite. He stared down at his half-eaten parmigiana for several seconds before offering this only and final […]

Where to find Geelong’s best coffee

Hucksters and Co. is tucked away in one of Geelong’s metro hot spots, James Street. Upon entry, it’s easy to see why this cafe is a local favourite, especially when you are greeted at the door with the heady aroma of rich coffee and smiles from staff members Belle and John.

Spanish cuisine and boozy beverages: House Iberia

House Iberia and its popular Spanish cuisine and boozy beverages have earned it the title of the most loved cafe on Shannon Ave. Owned by Rosie Mahoney, the cafe was born from her love of the Iberian Peninsula and the social enjoyment associated with its local cuisine. In the thriving space you will find a […]

Smashed avos and good coffee: A Spot For Joe

Looking for somewhere to have your morning cup of Joe? Or somewhere to chill with a smashed avo for lunch? Or maybe you’re looking for an espresso martini to liven up your afternoon? A Spot For Joe is nestled in a discreet alleyway amongst the corporate businesses of Geelong. Owned by Dave Browning since mid- […]

A Good Place to Start For Bindi Carson

An injection of craft has made its way into Geelong. The Kilgour Street intersection and it’s locals have welcomed vibrant little hub ‘A Good Place To Start’ to the area neighbouring the GMHBA stadium. A Good Place To Start is managed by former Melbourne resident Bindi Carson who has a passion for hosting craft workshops […]