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Centre of the food and wine festival

18 Feb 2014

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Southbank will again be central to the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival thanks to ‘The Immersery: Festival Kitchen, Bar and Raingarden’ in Queensbridge Square acting as a major focal point for the festival.

This year the kitchen will be an open air dining area, raised above Southbank Boulevard and running parallel with the river.

A selection of top chefs provide the menu over the two weeks of the festival while, at night, the space will transform into a riverside bar.

As was the case last year, Hassell designed the festival’s Queensbridge Square location.

Southgate will also play a big part in the festival, holding the Southgate Fiesta on March 1 and showing foodie films at Southgate Cinema on selected dates.

Southgate Fiesta will include live music on the promenade and an opportunity to taste some of Southgate’s finest food and wines from its collection of restaurants.

Other Southbank locations holding events are Ludlow Bar, Left Bank, Ponyfish Island, NGV, Langham, Arts Centre Melbourne, Crown and South Wharf.

The festival runs from February 28 – March 16.

For more details on the Southbank events head to the website www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au

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