Melbourne Good Food Month 2021
The month-long dining festival returns with a bang this June.
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As Melbourne's dining scene returns to a sense of (relative) normality, one of the city's biggest food events is back on the menu — Melbourne Good Food Month presented by Citi.
Returning this June, the month-long event will see a number of tasty events take over some of Melbourne's best-loved restaurants. To get things started, Flower Drum will be teaming up with Neil Perry on a one-night-only multi-course dinner on June 1, while nomadic pop-up restaurant Esmay will make a stop at Bar Liberty on June 15. There'll be two seatings for this event (one at 5:30pm and another at 8pm), but get in quick to avoid missing out.
Elsewhere, Good Food Month will host a Young Chefs Lunch at new plant-based eatery Lona Misa (pictured above) on June 20, so you can check out a fresh addition to Melbourne's dining scene and enjoy the talents of culinary up-and-comers. On June 24, Cumulus Inc's upstairs dining room will host hatted Sydney izakaya Cho Cho San for a multi-course, mod Japanese-inspired menu.
And, if you're a loyal fan of The Good Weekend Quiz, head to Flinders Lane's Chapter House on June 27 to take part in a live rendition of the weekend ritual. It will, of course, be food- and drink-themed, and catered by Andrew McConnell and his Cumulus Inc team.
Melbourne Good Food Month runs throughout June 2021. Head here for a full list of events and to purchase tickets.