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5 Awesome Things To Do In Melbourne This Week

By Emily Cody - 11 Feb 2019


It’s the second week of February, and we have a lot to cover. The Lunar New Year festivities continue and Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, so hang onto your heart-shaped chocolate boxes as we dive into this week’s awesome things. Kickstart your week with bottomless bao buns, a Yarra-side movie night, and some delicious happenings at King & Godfree. It’s going to be a good one.

Monday 11 February

Bottomless Bao At Sake Restaurant & Bar

Any Monday is a good Monday when bottomless food events are involved. To wash away those Monday blues, Sake Restaurant & Bar is ready to spoil your stomach with the ultimate deal: bottomless bao buns for just $19. Hell yes.

What: Bottomless Bao at Sake Restaurant & Bar
Where: Sake Restaurant & Bar, 121 Flinders Lane
When: Monday 11 February until 13 February, 12-3pm and 5-10pm
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Wednesday 13 February

South Wharf Pop-Up Cinema

The Common Man riverside pop-up is back. Head down for the ultimate under-the-stars viewing experience and watch a selection of all-time classics from a range of genres. Think deck chairs, cocktails, and a candy bar full of your favourites for a magical movie night.

What: South Wharf Pop-Up Cinema
Where: The Common Man, 39 Dukes Walk, South Wharf
When: 13 February until the end of March
For more info, click 

Thursday 14 February

Valentine’s Day At King & Godfree

There’s no shortage of atmosphere and romance at K&G—the newly renovated Lygon Street hot spot has something for everyone, especially this Valentine’s Day. Think heart-shaped French goat's cheese, hampers for two, single stem roses, and a Valentine's Day crooner serenading the crowd. Venture upstairs to Johnny’s Green Room, where you can munch on salumi and sip on Spritz. And for dessert? Dip into Pidapipo’s one-night-only special flavour Matcha Made in Heaven. Sounds dreamy.

What: Valentine’s Day at King & Godfree
Where: King & Godfree, 293/297 Lygon St, Carlton
When: Thursday, 14 February
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Love Potions & Aphrodisiacs At Immigration Museum

Spend Valentine’s Day with bartender and storyteller Fred Siggins as he delights you with his knowledge of potions, elixirs and aphrodisiacs. Learn all about the traditions and secrets surrounding love potions and enjoy a cocktail demonstration to seal this romantic affair. Then wander around for a late-night viewing of the LOVE exhibition—frankly, we can’t think of a better Valentine’s Day activity.

What: Love Potions & Aphrodisiacs at Immigration Museum
Where: Immigration Museum, 400 Flinders St  
When: Thursday 14 February, 5.30pm or 7.30pm
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Valentine’s Day Community Slow Flow

We’re about love in all its forms this Valentine’s Day, including the practice of self-love. Join Nimble Activewear for a community slow flow yoga class run by the lovely Zoe Klein. The class will focus on self-love and will be a gentle practice suitable for all levels. Post-class treats are for the taking and mats are provided, so just bring yourself and your special someone.

What: Valentine’s Day Community Slow Flow
Where: Nimble Activewear, 1014 High St, Armadale
When: Thursday, 14 February 6 pm - 7 pm
For more info, click 

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