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Erin-Rose O'Meley

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Erin-Rose is a foodie plagued with the travel bug. When she isn’t trawling though travel and food Instagram feeds, she’s out and about with friends trying to find the best food in new places and familiar haunts. The local food markets for some cheap street eats usually being her main choice, followed by some cheesecake. When she isn’t catching up with friends over a glass of wine (or three), she’s working at her hospitality job or reading a good book. Fresh out of a double degree in Media & Communications and International Relations, her future goal is to eat her way around the world while soaking up as much culture and adventure as she can.

Showcasing Veuve Clicquot at Zeta Bar’s Yellow Hour

Is there anything better than celebrating the end of a long day with a glass of bubbly? Yellow Hour, Zeta Bar's dedicated Veuve Clicquot...

Coffee: From Crop To Cup

For most of us, we don't need a specific month to appreciate the brew that gets us up and going in the morning. The...

Little Evie, Redfern

Brunch is the ultimate meal time combination - and Little Evie knows just how to do it right! This quaint cafe invited IAMWT to...

El Topo Mexican, Bondi

At the very top of the Eastern Hotel, located in Westfield Bondi, you'll find the vibrant El Topo Mexican. The crowning jewel in the...

The Nielsen, Vaucluse

  With a kaleidoscope of light streaming through the stained glass windows looking out onto green parklands and the waterfront I felt instantly relaxed at...

Warren and Holt, Marrickville

The first thing I noticed when I stepped into Warren and Holt was the the fact that it was packed wall to wall with...

Wine Island: a grape lovers’ paradise!

  Often in a dragging work day we can find ourselves day dreaming about being stuck on an island in the middle of nowhere with...

Cupitt Winery and Restaurant, Ulladulla

Weekends are made for wining and dining, and Cupitt Winery and Restaurant is perfect for both! Overlooking rolling green hills with Black Angus cows lazily...

Ferment the Festival, Adelaide

If we start unpacking all the delicious foods we love - like beer, wine, cheese and bread - we find the process of fermentation...

Kirin’s Tiny Tokyo at the Ivy Pool Club

  Fancy a trip to the food and bar scene of Tokyo but without the hassle of travelling there? You'll want to hear about Kirin...

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