Appetites reboot – Let’s Do Lunch and Friends of Good Food Month announced
These two delicious festival favourites will return in 2019 to make a mighty splash on the Good Food Month presented by Citi program.
Our calendars have clicked over into July, which can only mean one thing – Good Food Month is back, Brisbane, alongside the much-loved ‘Let’s Do Lunch‘ and ‘Friends of Good Food Month‘ programs. Let’s Do Lunch presented by Church Road sees some of the city’s best lunches served alongside a glass of Church Road wine, beer or soft drink for the special price of $45 pp. Philip Johnson’s e’cco bistro will treat guests to a two-course feast featuring options like crispy pork belly with parsnip, gala apple and black pudding crumble for main, and strawberry and raspberry cheesecake with rose water sable for dessert, between 12:00–2:30 pm every Tuesday to Saturday throughout July.
The Friends of Good Food Month series invites the city’s best dining venues to curate and host special events to strut their culinary stuff. Lutèce Bistro & Wine Bar will celebrate Bastille Day with French nosh and live entertainment, while Urbane joins forces with award-winning family-run farm Terra Preta Truffles to usher in truffle season, Spicers Balfour Hotel serves up sustainable seafood, Hellenika at The Calile Hotel champions Greek hospitality, One Fish Two Fish teams up with 2015 MasterChef runner-up Georgia Barnes for ‘seacuterie’ platters and bottomless drinks, industry legends Alastair Macleod and Paul Baker take over the kitchen at Harrisons, cool Queensland wines feature at Australia’s highest non-alpine lodge The Peak Restaurant at Spicers Peak Lodge, Thi Le from Melbourne’s Anchovy and Jared Dixon from Jilly Wines will pop up at ARC Dining and Wine Bar for two nights, and Pourboy pours bottomless boozy brunches every weekend in July. Find more information and secure your tickets online.
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