Hats off to good food month

Night markets at good food month.
Night markets at good food month.

THERE are a number of pleasant ways to get through the winter, perhaps none more so than indulging in good food and fine wines. That has to shoo away the winter blues.

So instead of dreading a cold July, look forward to Good Food Month where some of the country's culinary best come together as part of an exciting list of one-off dining experiences.

Across this winter month Brisbane will come to life with mouth-watering dining experiences, including Brisbane's Young Chefs Lunch and a twist on old festival favourite, Hats Off Dinner, now known as Hat Swap.

New events to this year's program include Laneway! Streetfood! Music! presented by Beer the Beautiful Truth, Hats Swap and the Good Food Month Launch After Party.

The crowd-favourite Night Noodle Markets will return for its fourth year for 12 nights from July 19-30, with the cultural forecourt at South Bank to be once again transformed into an Asian-inspired hawker market which offers

cashless payment at all stalls and bars via debit and credit card.

Feast on a fusion of nightly entertainment and tasty dishes from stallholders which include, Gelato Messina, Waffleland, Teppanyaki Noodles, Little Kyoto, Donburi Station, Spanthai, Hoy Pinoy, Blackstar x N2 Extreme Gelato and more.

This is Brisbane's fourth Good Food Month and organisers are delighted to highlight Brisbane's emerging and established chefs and restaurants, while encouraging collaboration with chefs from further afield.


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