Melbourne's CBD and surrounding suburbs are now full of amazing outdoor dining spaces that Melburnians are eating up.
And now, the City of Melbourne along with Melbourne Food & Wine Festival and the Victorian Government, has announced that there will be a whole lot more spots to grab some amazing feasts over the holiday period.
New Year Street Feasts will see 50 top-notch Melbourne venues take to the streets of Melbourne on Thursday 31 December and Friday 1 January.
You'll see restaurants pop-up in the following precincts:
- Little Bourke Street
- Little Collins Street
- AC/DC Lane
- Hardware Lane
- Russell Street
- Spring Street
- Flinders Lane
- Lonsdale Street
- Market Lane
- Domain Road
Bars and restaurants taking part include Bar Margaux, Bar Saracen,
Flower Drum, Hazel, Izakaya Den, Lee Ho Fook, Tipo 00, Pellegrini's, Cecconi's, Supernormal, and many more.
“Melburnians eat and drink like nowhere else in the world,” said Anthea Loucas Bosha, CEO
of Food + Wine Victoria, the not-for-profit organisation behind Melbourne Food & Wine
“We’re encouraging revellers to book a table and come into the city to visit a favourite
restaurant or try somewhere new. We have a long history of working with the city’s
talented operators, and we’ve loved every minute of putting this extraordinary program
together. With the City of Melbourne, we’ve been able to add thousands of extra restaurant
seats across the city for the two-day event.”
Bookings are available now, head to the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival website and book fast.
For everything else happening around Melbourne, head to our Things To Do section.