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Brisbane's day-long celebration of seafood is coming back, meaning you'll be able to feast your way through the fruit of the sea, without leaving the CBD, once again.
If oysters and Moreton Bay bugs are your idea of heaven in food-form, you're in luck, as Sea to the City — Brisbane's Bug and Oyster Trail promises to focus on these two morsels. Seventeen riverside eateries will serve up their best takes on these two main ingredients at the event, which will take over the Brisbane river precinct from Eagle Street Pier to Customs House from 11am–6pm on Sunday, October 13.
Patina at Customs House will be serving up a Moreton Bay bug croissant, and will be hosting a pop-up pink champagne garden bar. You'll also find Riverbar & Kitchen slinging New Orleans-style fried oyster po' boys and Madame Wu offering up grilled bugs with XO Sauce. Other restaurants getting in on the action include Cha Cha Char, Riverland, Blackbird, Il Centro, Sake and more.
You'll also find live music, markets, plenty of vino and, of course, gorgeous river views. The event is easy to get to by bus and city cat, plus there'll be plenty of parking offers on the day, too.
To see the full list of participating restaurants and full menu announcement, head this way.
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