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Gone Fishin’

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2013’s been a busy year at the old Milk Bar. We launched a brand new look in March, starting making videos, jumped on Instagram and Pinterest and even got to go behind-the-scenes on an Aussie porn set.

But besides all that the best part was discovering the stories and the people that make Melbourne such an awesome place.

We’d like to thank all our incredible readers and people who’ve made Milk Bar what it is, and hope you’ll stay on the wacky adventure with us next year.

From December 21 we’ll be taking a brief break until early January and hope to see ya’ll back then – provided the world hasn’t ended of course.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours! Be excellent to each other.


Art & Design

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Food and Drink

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Dingo’s Bar

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Claypots Barbarossa

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