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Five Must-Try Experiences at This Week’s Regional Flavours

Rejoice, fellow foodies! The week is finally upon us, when we loosen our pants and make extra room for all the gourmet food and drinks we’ll work our way through at Regional Flavours this long weekend.

That’s right, Regional Flavours first event, Grazed and Grown, is back from June 18 to 20, with an itinerary that screams foodie heaven. We know all the fun can be overwhelming, so we’ve got you covered with a short-list of epic experiences to try this weekend.

1. Indulge in tasty street food from eatSouthBank’s Street Stalls…
If you’re a lover of fast, fresh and gourmet street food, look no further than eatSouthBank’s epic selection of street stalls that will be lining Little Stanley Street. Whether you’re a fan of Italian, Mexican, Spanish or almost any delectable cuisine you can think of, there will be something for everyone. You can find an exclusive preview of the mouth-watering menus here.

2. Book a luxe boozy feasting experience…
This one’s for the real foodies. If you’re into wining, dining and amazing views, you’re guaranteed to enjoy the exclusive signature event experiences available this long weekend: Opening PartyLove Thy NeighbourWinter Feast and Perfect Pairings. Each of these experiences will highlight the best in local produce and brews, with boozy feasts and entertainment fit for foodie royalty. We’ve rounded up everything you need to know about each event here.

3. Grab a lip-smackin’ brew from this riverside bar…
Oh, for the love of a cheeky bev! If you’re into live music, epic city and river views, and a delicious range of brews and bites, The Country Club is for you. This will be the perfect spot to while the afternoon away with your crew, as you indulge your tastebuds in locally brewed beverages and bespoke cocktails from eatSouthBank’s pop-up bar.

4. Explore local producers across The Marketplace…
If you want to take home the best in local produce, The Marketplace will be your go-to. Weaving its way across Little Stanley Street Lawns will be 40 stalls, offering aromatic wine, tasty desserts, fresh fruit and vegetables, flavoursome homemade jams and sauces and much, much more. Yep, you’ll want to bring some extra hands to take all these goodies home.

5. See your favourite celebrity chefs at these cooking demonstrations…
There’s nothing quite like meeting your culinary icon, especially when you have a natural flare for food. You’re in luck fellow foodies, because The Greenhouse and Kitchen on Little Stanley Street Lawns will host cooking demonstrations from Australia’s most legendary chefs. Have your notepads at the ready for this.

Hot tip: this is a ticketed event, tickets can be purchased here.

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