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Treat your palate to an array of flavours at one of many food and wine events held in Melbourne throughout the year. Taste gourmet delights and fresh local produce at the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Sample award-winning varietals by local winemakers, matched to fine foods prepared by top chefs and restaurateurs. Take High Tea at fine hotels or join a cooking class at the Queens Victoria Markets.
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25 - 26 Jan 2015
The International Street Food Festival (ISFF) is to be a major annual Australia Day weekend event. The inaugural 2015 festival has been designed to...
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31 Jan - 1 Feb 2015
Learn to cook American barbecue from one of the best in the business. Jim Johnson is a Kansas City Barbeque Society (KCBS) master barbecue teacher,...
1 Feb 2015
The Melbourne Barbecue Festival will be a celebration of local produce, cooking and summer in Melbourne, the culinary and events capital of...
6 Feb 2015
From $40 - $40
The historic and enchanting tall ship Polly Woodside will be transformed into a wine, cider and beer pop-up bar for one night only. The ticket price...
From $225 - $2,000
The Special Air Service (SAS) Resources Fund is a perpetual Trust Fund that provides relief to the families of the current and former members of the...
27 Feb 2015
Experience the Old Melbourne Gaol in a new light when it's transformed into a pop-up vodka bar for one night only. Your ticket gives you access to...
27 Feb - 15 Mar 2015
Raise a toast to regional producers and savour a meal and a glass of wine at delicious food festival events, including the World's Longest Lunch.
28 Feb 2015
From $10 - $20
Melbourne Racing Club has proudly partnered with the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival to bring a colourful Asian street food market to their popular...
Overnight accommodation at Sofitel Melbourne including buffet breakfast for two at No35 and two tickets to see The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition.
The landmark musical event The Lion King is returning to Melbourne. Book a theatre travel package with wotif.com and save.
Fresh seasonal produce, simple dishes and a joyous open kitchen atmosphere – this is the Tuscan way and close to what you'd find in Little Italy, NYC.
With a brand new chef and a focus on its bistro-style Italian fare, The Age Good Food Guide gave Sarti its blessing with a hat yet again.
Choose the set menu of Sardinian cuisine made with ingredients from the chef's farm and see what The Age Good Food Guide was raving about.
Geoff Lindsay's Dandelion is the recipient of a hat from The Age Good Food Guide and a marvel of modern Vietnamese cuisine in bayside Elwood.
Add 'traderne' to your lexicon after tasting Raymond Capaldi's traditional food made with modern techniques, best consumed beneath the smoke-bush.
Treat yourself to authentic Italian food in the heart of Richmond and get cosy in the award-winning dining room of this converted Victorian hotel.
Mark Best adds his trademark flair to this produce-oriented bistro, winning a chef's hat and making Australian Gourmet Traveller's Top 40.
Find your way through the graffiti laneway to this publicity-shy eatery in the CBD – all subterranean chic, clean lines and unhurried atmosphere.
Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is the largest of its kind in the world. The festival hosts more than 200 events and attracts around 300,000 people each year.
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