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The Warmest Places To Hide Out in the Inner North This Winter

May 17, 2017

It’s that time of year when you start questioning whether all that Melbourne has on offer is worth it or if it’s time to move to Cairns to maintain a tan. Put your puffer jacket away because we have sussed five brilliant ways to avoid Melbourne’s weather.

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Cinema Nova

Heading to the movies is a classic way of avoiding the outside world. Nova cinemas has the biggest blockbusters as well as a bunch of arty and Foreign films if you want to get a little cultured. For anyone who enjoys testing their knowledge, regular trivia nights are held with one coming up on June 6th .


Location: 380 Lygon St, Carlton


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Pizza, beer and a fireplace are a perfect combination to warm the soul. Lazerpig has an intimate dining area as well as a bar complete DJ’s every weekend to match the vibe you’re looking for.



Location: 9-11 Peel St, Collingwood


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Min Lokal

The perfect place to spend an afternoon doing a crossword, Min Lokal is a cute café with a Nepalese twist. With options from traditional Nepalese dumpling soup to an insane looking veggie burger this place will make you forget how cold it is outside.


Location: 422 George St, Fitzroy


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The Napier Hotel

The Napier embodies everything you’ve ever wanted from a pub, with a classic menu of steak and burgers and a fireplace to warm you up, this is the ideal place to enjoy a casual beer with mates.



Location: 210 Napier St, Fitzroy


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North Melbourne’s Gallerysmith is open Tuesday through Saturday with a bunch of interesting exhibitions on show. Catch Adam Norton’s New Earths exhibition until May 20th and not only will you get a cultural experience, there’s heating in there too.


Location: 170-174 Abbotsford St, North Melbourne


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