Posted by The Events Editorial Team
07. Apr, 2012
|July 13, 2012|
|12:00 pm||to||2:00 pm|
If you haven’t been to the Mission to Seafarers yet, perhaps the promise of food will draw you to one of Melbourne’s most interesting spaces. The distinctive dome shaped mission is full of great features such as a maritime-themed chapel (complete with bow shaped pulpit), the Norla Dome, which used to be a gymnasium and is now a gallery, and most importantly, a bar made of corks that still has 70s prices.
Every Friday the Mission is putting on an hot lunch. For $12 you get a mixed plate of two meat and veg options, plus rice and homemade roti. Worth the price alone for checking out this cracker of a building.
WHEN: Fridays from 12 noon – 2pm
WHERE: Mission to Seafarers, 717 Flinders Street Docklands
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