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Wired for fun

The folks who made putt-putt golf a cool af­ter-dark pur­suit at Ho­ley Mo­ley in the in­ner-west Syd­ney sub­urb of New­town are at it again, this time with the open­ing of ARCHIE BROTH­ERS ELEC­TRIC CIR­CUS. Lo­cated in Alexan­dria, the venue in­cludes dodgems, carousels and old-school ar­cade games, as well as a menu of burg­ers (pic­tured below), hot­dogs, piz­zas and crazy shakes (above) that are vir­gin dur­ing the day, when kids are wel­come, and de­cid­edly not af­ter dark, when the fun be­comes adults-only. archiebroth­

Re­al­ity bites

A 20-year dream of own­ers Eriko Pan­nam and Gareth Row­lands come to fruition, KUZU in Wood­end, in Vic­to­ria’s Mace­don Ranges, will of­fer up a place to have a drink and a quick bite if that’s what tick­les your fancy when it opens in March, or you can stick around and en­joy the fun of a full iza­kaya (Ja­panese gas­tro pub) ex­pe­ri­ence.

French and coun­try

Over­seen by award-win­ning chef Matthew Car­nell, BISTRO TER­ROIR in Dayles­ford will of­fer clas­sic, well-priced French bistro fare, chang­ing sea­son­ally to con­cen­trate on the cui­sine of a re­gion of France that lends it­self to the sea­son (the Alps in win­ter; the south dur­ing sum­mer), ac­com­pa­nied by Aus­tralian wines us­ing clas­sic French grape va­ri­eties (as well as a few pre­mium French drops thrown in for bal­ance). bistroter­

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