As per usual, Melbs is keeping us entertained this week. The Nutella food truck is shouting us one last hoorah, and there’s an event dedicated exlusively to the whisky loving ladies of Melbourne.
Here’s 5 awesome things to do in Melbourne this week.
Nutella Food Truck
If you didn’t have a chance to catch the Nutella road trip last weekend, the Nutella gods have granted you one last chance to snag a chocolate covered freebie. The drool-worthy menu includes stewed winter berries with Nutella and toasted coconut, as well as Nutella crepe stacks with crispy bacon. If you get the seasonal fruit skewer with Nutella, that’s healthy...Right? We’re positive that these sweet treats will hit you right in your chocolatey, hazelnut cravings. What better way to cure Mondayitis? Check out their Facebook event for more temptation.
Women of Whisky Event
Alright ladies, this one is for you. This event promises a whisky haven for we whisky fans to escape to. A refreshing whisky cocktail will be served up to start you off, and then some neat whiskies to follow up. And who doesn’t love a classic? There’ll be female whisky lovers from the industry on hand to fill you in on how ladies are nfluencing the whisky scene. At just $25pp, this one promises some booze-filled fun for your Monday. Get the deets here.
Wine and Cheese Tasting at The Ugly Duckling
Wine and cheese…I mean really, why stray from this classic duo? Especially when they’re so, so good together. Five wines and five cheeses will have you smacking your lips in anticipation, all carefully selected by wine producer Save Our Souls and Richmond Hill Café and Larder. The Ugly Duckling is the perfect place to impress your date, or just to enjoy some vino with your mates. Grab a spot here.
Dine with Heart at The Craft & Co
The Craft & Co are teaming up with Mr Ottorino, Gelato Messina and 7 other foodie hot spots to bring you 10 courses. All in one sitting. So maybz skip lunch that day? The dinner is being run to support the Sacred Heart Mission, and all the profits will be donated to the cause. This is the perfect way to indulge in some of Melbourne’s best culinary delights, and be rewarded for it. Tickets are $100pp, working out to just $10 per meal. Snag them here.
#GOODWILLEATING at Uncommon
Six courses. Four restaurants. One charitable cause. The folks from Rice Paper Scissors, Saigon Sally, Stones of the Yarra Valley, and Uncommon are cooking up a storm. They're giving all proceeds to the Sustainable Table. These delish dishes will be gluten and dairy free, and with no chemical processing, so nobody has to miss out. You can even select the option with matched vino to further the fun. These chefs are bringing us an experience we’re sure you won’t forget. And you get to help a good cause too! All the need-to-know here.
Image Credit: Nutella via Facebook.