For 2021 Melbourne Food & Wine Festival presents a calendar that is unique in its history. This year they’re staging not one but three festivals.
The March Edition, running 12-31 March, brings many events held over from the March 2020 program as well as some new events never seen before. The Winter Edition will be all about Melbourne with two weeks of core programming. And the Regional Edition, which will be held in spring, will celebrate the food and drink of country Victoria.
In March, you can expect the Bank of Melbourne World’s Longest Lunch, one of the city’s most anticipated annual events, plus newcomer the Bank of Melbourne World’s Longest Brunch, celebrating the city’s renowned breakfast culture the next morning. These grand spectacles will be complemented by more than 50 special events at restaurants across the city, as well as a dedicated program of a dozen Westside Crawl events in Western Melbourne.
Check out melbournefoodandwine.com.au for all the details.
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