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The Overrated Dinner @ Rockwell & Sons

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September 25, 2012
6:30 pm

Rockwell & Sons has become the rebel amongst the restaurants of Smith Street by having a night dedicated to not using ingredients most of its neighbouring restaurants would use. The chefs have decided to use “underrated” ingredients to not serve common meals and be creative with their dishes.

It’s $85 per person (including booze), because there’s only 40 seats available, so book now!

WHEN: Tuesday 25 September, 6:30pm
WHERE: Rockwell & Sons, 288 Smith Street, Collingwood
WEB: thewineguide.com.au/article.asp?blogID=2217


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