What’s On for Foodies this weekend.

What's On for Foodies

We’ve manned the phones and read through all our faxes and telegrams to bring you the best of What’s On for Foodies in Melbourne this week.

So put down your knitting, heat up your curlers and pull out your pearls for a big week of food events here in Melbourne.

What's On for Foodies. Events.

Gourmet Cinema

Fancy dining on your picnic rug while someone brings you a meal from your favourite restaurant? Well add in the Pimm’s Garden Bar for drinks and you have the Gourmet Cinema experience at Caulfield Racecourse.

Details and tickets here. 

International Women’s Day Events

International Womens Day is on Wednesday 8th March and there are an exciting array of events on in Melbourne. You could join Ita Buttrose for High Tea at the Windsor, or Tara Moss for breakfast.

You can take a look at the full list of official events here. 

Asia Topa Festival continues

You can find the list of food & Drinks Events as part of Asia Topa at The Arts Centre Melbourne by going here.

www.asiatopa.com.au

Harvest Month in Nilimbuk and Banyule.

Harvest Festival starts this weekend and includes markets, farm gate sales, grape stomping, food swaps, educational talks, workshops and veggie garden tours, there is something for everyone. Head to www.localfoodconnect.org.au to view the great range of events.

Mordiallic Food and Wine Festival

At $2 entry per person or $5 for a family I am told this is a not to be missed event.

http://www.kingston.vic.gov.au/Community/Council-Festivals-Events/Mordialloc-Food-Wine-and-Music-Festival

Markets

What's On for Foodies. Markets.

Cockatoo Country Market are celebrating their second birthday with a special twilight market event.

Kingston Farmers Market

St Andrews Community Market– St Andrews Autumn Fair

Warrandyte Riverside Market

Bundoora Park Farmers Market

Woodend Community Farmers Market

Openings

Looking for somewhere interesting to eat out? Well there are a few new exciting restaurant openings.

What's On for Foodies. Burma Lane reopens.

Burma Lane

Burma Lane has recently reopened featuring a modern, seasonal Australian menu with Asian influences in the Paris End of Little Collins Street.

http://burmalane.com.au

Little Hugh- Nunawading

A stylish new cafe receiving good reviews in non other than Rooks Rd Nunawading.

http://www.littlehugh.co

Hogget Kitchen Warragul

Trevor Perkins from Big Spoon, Little Spoon teams up with local winemakers to make over the much loved Wild Dog Restaurant. They are serving local, seasonal food and views of the Strezleki Ranges. Opening today!

https://www.facebook.com/hoggetkitchen/

BeatBox Burgers, Brunswick

BeatBox Burger food truck has managed to snaffle its own 4 walls and are now delivering the burgers you know and love at Beatbox Burger Kitchen.

692 Sydney Rd, Brunswick.

http://beatboxkitchen.com/BBK/

Want more?

What's On for Foodies. Food Swap.

Summer Night Market- Queen Vic

Every Wednesday 5-10pm.

Black Star Pastry pop up store

Black Star Pastry is in town for 3 months with its delicious Strawberry Watermelon Cake. Visit Cafe Italia in Carlton to taste this very Insta-famous dessert.

Bayswater North Food Swap

COMING UP

Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris Cheese Matching by the Experts at Milk the Cow. 

Know of any events that we have missed?

Dorris in the phone room occasionally misses an event or two (I think she is distracted by her crush on our local fax technician). Do you have anything to add? Drop us a line to let us know what’s on for foodies near you, or simply leave details of the events in the comments.

Enjoy your weekend party people. I’ll see you Aerobics Oz-style on Monday.

Dani xx

 

 

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3 thoughts on “What’s On for Foodies this weekend.

  1. The Mordialloc Food & Wine Festival is on this weekend. It’s a huge festival and is so much fun! Lots of live music, beautiful local wines and lots of tasty food stalls.

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