400 Gradi x The Lume Dinner

It's not The Lume's last supper, but this collaboration with 400 Gradi will only run for one night.
Andrew Zuccala
Published on May 24, 2024


Right now, The Lume's multi-sensory exhibition is dedicated to Italian maestro Leonardo da Vinci. His most famous works are projected all over the digital art gallery, which punters can marvel at when visiting.

But The Lume is more than just a space where you can wander around and admire art. It also plays host to immersive yoga classes and the occasional dinner. And its latest evening of food and art takes place on Thursday, June 20, when 400 Gradi's Johnny Di Francesco takes over the kitchen.

For this one-night-only event, guests will eat some of Melbourne's best pizza while immersed in a room full of moving digital artworks and operatic melodies. But you're not just dropping by to down some pizza and leave. Di Francesco has designed an all-Italian, three-course set menu just for the evening, and the drinks team has selected vinos to be paired with each dish.

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It will cost a mean $295 per person, but we expect this to sell out fast — just like its previous Guy Grossi dinner.

Diners will also get a first look at four new excerpts from da Vinci's Codex Atlanticus. Sketched by the man himself around 550 years ago, these original works will be on display at The Lume for three months, before returning to Milan for preservation.

Combining a night of admiring Da Vinci's artworks with some of Melbourne's best pizza seems like a no-brainer to us. Just book as soon as you can to make sure you get a seat.

400 Gradi x The Lume Dinner

Images: Griffin Simm


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