Errol’s, North Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

It was a weird summer Saturday afternoon in Melbourne. It was very quiet due to the burgeoning number of omicron cases sweeping through except for the “Freedom” super spreader demonstration that came through the city just after lunch.

Anyway, once the Darwin Award nominees had finished their march past a mate and I decided to head out for a beer in North Melbourne at Benchwarmer. When we arrived it was eeriely quiet but while beer was available the kitchen was closed.

As we had our first beer we decided to head out for dinner afterwards to the close by Three Crowns Hotel but we found that they were closed due to staff shortages. Mulling over the options we chose to see if Errol’s on Errol Street was open for pizza.

As we walked down the quietest Errol Street I have ever seen with only a smattering of places open we spied that Errol’s was open and we could sit outside.

Errol's, North Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

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Il Nostro Posto, Melbourne, Australia

I’ve always viewed Hardware Lane between Bourke and Lonsdale Streets as a bit of a tourist trap. The restaurants and bars along this stretch are good but you’ll probably end up paying a “tourist tax” as the prices are a little on the high side… and don’t get me started on the touts!

A little while ago I was wandering down the laneway and my friend wanted to give Il Nostro Posto a try so we headed on in.

Il Nostro Posto, Melbourne, Australia

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90 Secondi, Melbourne, Australia

Docklands in Melbourne has been slighed as a bit of a wasteland in the past. It’s certainly not as attractive food and beer wise as the main CBD on the eastern side of the railway lines. But one shining light is an Italian restaurant called 90 Secondi.

90 Secondi, Melbourne, Australia

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400 Gradi, Melbourne, Australia

After our beers at Temple Brewing we made the short walk across Lygon Street to an Italian resturant called 400 Gradi. It was probably just 100 metres away.

As I would find out later 400 Gradi is a chain of half a dozen or so restaurants – we visited the Brunswick one.

400 Gradi, Melbourne, Australia

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