The Night Noodle Markets, everyone’s favourite open-air Asian-hawker markets, will return to South Bank from 24 July to 4 August and Let’s Do Lunch presented by Church Road and Friends of Good Food Month series of events will see the best of Brisbane’s food scene offer up imaginative and ingenious menus that are only available for Good Food Month.
Three Blue Ducks will host its Byron to Brisbane Trail with Three Blue Ducks event at Brisbane’s ultra-luxe W Brisbane hotel on Sunday 7 July from 5pm. Darren Robertson, Mark Labrooy and Andy Allen, three of the co-owners of Three Blue Ducks, are inviting guests to sample the best of Byron to Brisbane with this Good Food Month exclusive event, curating a menu that showcases the region’s very best producers. As part of the Three Blue Ducks involvement with the Australian Marine Conservation Society’s Good Fish Project, foodies can expect sustainably sourced seafood. The bar will be slinging some oh-so Byron cocktails, while their favourite DJ will be on the decks. This is a unique opportunity to experience the Brisbane sunset at this stand-up event – perfect for food lovers who have not yet dined at Three Blue Ducks Brisbane, or those looking for that excuse to return to try something different. Tickets for $150 include multiple shared-courses, cocktails, wine and beer supplied by James Squire.
The Young Chefs Lunch presented by Citi at OTTO will take place at 12:30pm on Sunday 14 July. They are the future Marco Pierre Whites and Stephanie Alexanders; the up and coming generation of talented young chefs, and it is their time to get the spotlight. Join three of the hottest rising chefs from Brisbane’s top restaurants as they take over the kitchen at OTTO under the guidance of head chef, Will Cowper. $155 tickets include three courses with matching wines and beer supplied by James Squire.
The focus is all on food this July in Brisbane, so get ready to enjoy and indulge! Tickets on sale now at Good Food Month.