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With the scorch-factor of summer behind us, April is full of delicious foodie events to wrap your chops around. Whether you’re after a fancy affair to get dressed up for or a good old opportunity to cheers the beers, here’s five foodie events worth nabbing tickets to ASAP!
It wouldn’t be Easter without chocolate (and a lot of it), so why not go all-out with an Easter High Tea at The Lab?
Indulge in a chocolate-inspired high tea featuring sweet and savoury delights including pastries prepared in house, dainty sandwiches and, of course, hot cross buns with bottomless La Maison Du Thé teas for $45 ($51.75 Sunday) or a two-hour Moet & Chandon package for $65pp ($74.75 Sunday). Seatings are available at 1 pm or 2 pm—learn more and book in for a special Easter experience here.
Love shellfish? Don’t miss this five-course lunch feast available every weekend throughout April and May! Just $69 will get you four seafood courses, including a painted crayfish roll with saffron mayo and brown butter and soba noddle salad with spanner crab, or opt for two hours of rosé and beer with your lunch for just $99 total! Learn more here before you go cray.
Treasury Brisbane’s Wine & Cheese events are known for serving up the goods in a gorgeous historic setting, and this instalment to see out April will be no exception! Your $50 ticket gets you two hours of cheese sampling, wine tasting and live entertainment, with Aussie and international red, white and sparkling wines, including Chandon’s range of Brut, Rose, Blanc de Blanc, Vintage and Cuvee Riche sparkling.
Wander between Treasury’s fairy-lit courtyard, Ryan’s on the Park and The Lab to graze on cheese, antipasto and canapés! You can learn more and nab your ticket here.
After a holiday, the Cathedral Square markets are back! Step away from the office and welcome them back with open arms, ready to grab fresh produce, artisan provisions, vegan goodies, indoor plants, charcoal-grilled meats, gifts, fresh Thai and more!
Riesling and pinot noir lovers, this one’s for you! While Germany might be the undisputed home of Riesling, Aussie winemakers are making some world-class drops in unexpected locations… Sample four examples of local and international drops at this exploration of all things Deutsche and delicious at this event for just $29, or opt for a glass of champers on arrival for $45! Learn more here.
Looks like April’s going to be a tasty month!
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