Food and Drink
Posted by Dan Kuseta
26. Jun, 2013
Secret Foodies has been making dining social in Sydney for some time now, and after testing the waters in a joint event with Underground Cinema earlier this year, the secretive society is hosting its first Melbourne event this Thursday.
This is how it works. You buy a ticket and are given a few obscure hints on the theme of the night. Past themes have included truffle hunts and Greek adventures.
You won’t know where you’re dining until two hours before the dinner, or what’s on the menu. You can also dress the part too if you’re so inclined. It’s similar to the Underground Cinema concept, but with food instead of flicks.
The theme this time is Champagne degustation, which should be a corker (sorry, couldn’t resist). The bubbly brew, courtesy of Piper-Heidsieck, will be matched with a five course dinner, and the chance to meet and eat with some new peeps.
And that’s all we know, other than it should be fun. And there are only a few tickets left, so get cracking.
The Secret Foodies Champagne degustation is happening Thursday 27 June @7pm.
Tickets $110. For more info and to book visit secretfoodies.iwannaticket.com.au.
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