Eat and drink in solidarity of our restaurants
Beulah's top picks
Though we are currently practising social distancing, the good news is we do not have to forgo our normal culinary experiences.
While we may not be able to dine in at restaurants or sip cocktails at our favourite bars, many venues are now providing takeaway options to ensure loyal customers and foodies can indulge at home.
Most importantly, this means we are able to continue playing a part in supporting local businesses, particularly hospitality, who unlike many others cannot work from home.
Our top picks?
Bar Carolina, South Yarra
Offering menu items from their signature collection to take home, the Italian venue is continuing to dish up diner favourites to enjoy from the couch, with choices including fritto misto and ravioli all’anatra.
A Flinders Lane institution, head chef Adam D’Sylva has prepared a variety of take-home options including Butter Chicken, Lamb Curry, Chicken Tikka and Tandoori Spatchcock. Also, pick up a Tonka survival kit to bake your own naan!
Prince Wine Store and Bellota, South Melbourne
Joining of forces for the ultimate foodie combination, Prince Wine Store and sister venue Belotta are providing moreish meals and fine wine to help you through self-isolation.