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This Italian joint is serving bottomless house-made pasta every day until August

Two bowls of pasta on a table with wine
Photograph: Supplied

How long is a piece of spaghetti? At Fatto Cantina, it’s endless. To assist your carb-loading efforts this winter the Southbank restaurant (it’s located at the Arts Centre) is offering bottomless bowls of pasta.

From 7.30pm on weekdays (and noon on weekends) Fatto is serving endless quantities of four different pasta dishes. Diners can choose from bottomless quantities of orecchiette with broccoli, anchovies, chilli and garlic; tagliatelle with red wine-braised beef shin; rigatoni all'amatriciana and spaghettini aglio e olio (it’s basically garlic bread spaghettini).

Plus, Fatto makes its pasta in-house daily, so your bottomless feast will also be a quality feast. The bottomless pasta is available every day until July 31 and costs $30 per person.

Want to dine with your dog? Newmarket Hotel is serving dog-friendly chicken parmas.

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