Save Your Coin, Here’s Every Restaurant Slashing Up To 50% Off Your Food Bill This Month

By Jessica Best
5th Mar 2021

A plate of ravioli from Capriccio Osteria drizzled with olive oil, nuts and thyme with a glass of white wine.

There’s nothing like saving even more dollars at the start of the year, so loosen those belts and settle in—TheFork Festival is back. 

What Is TheFork Festival?

Up until Sunday 28 March, hundreds of venues across the country are offering up to half of your food bill (yes, up to 50 percent off)so you can spend your money on more important things, like more cocktails. If you got around this the last few years, you'd know it's part of TheFork's major initiative to bring back a little more love to Australia's epic hospo scene, and let's just say the foodie line-up this year is bigger and better than ever.

Prepare Your Tastebuds For Some Epics Feeds

With participating restaurants spanning right across Australia, there's no shortage of delicious options. From delicious pasta at Sydney's Capriccio Osteri, to mouthwatering Italian from Maccaroni Trattoria Italiana in Melbourne, an American feast from Big Roddy’s Rippin’ Rib Shack in South Brisbane, or some irresistible Australian fare from Perth's Black Swan Winery Restaurant, it's all here for the picking. To get 50 percent off your food bill, you’ll just need to make sure you make reservations through TheFork. Click the following links to check out all the participating venues, in SydneyBrisbaneMelbourne, and Perth.

How Restaurant Owners Can Get Involved

The great news is if you or someone you know owns a restaurant, they can still get involved in the action by registering, here. Being a part of the festival gives you exposure to over one million Aussie diners and helps to increase restaurant revenue and optimise your restaurant management — it's a win for all. To find out more information about how TheFork can help your business, click here.

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Image credit: Capriccio Osteria

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