This weekend hasn't included much culture for me, to be honest. But it has included a lot of eating. Also drinking. The first thing that got drunk was a pretty decent coffee from the new café on the block, Sixteen Ounces on Albany Hwy, Vic Park.
They don't have EFTPOS so make sure you take cash, otherwise you'll be borrowing cash off your mates, or heading over the road to be slugged $2.50 to use the ATM. I had a skinny flat white, as usual and the guy at the counter was friendly and chatty. They use 5 Senses coffee and their house blend is Crompton Rd, but they have a single origin available as well, if you swing that way. I had the house blend and it met the descriptors perfectly. Chocolatey, with some burnt caramel, and smooth as a babies bottom. Slightly too milky at first but then the other flavours came in and took over. It was a small coffee, which they call regular, so that might annoy people, and it was $4 - so for what you get, compared to other places it's a bit more expensive, but you do get a really well made brew.
Overall, my short stay in Sixteen Ounces was positive, and I'll def be back to check out their breakfast/lunch! They have pretty long opening hours (7:30am - 5:30pm Mon-Sat) so you've got every chance to get in there and have a look!