Melbourne Quarter is all set for an extraordinary farewell to 2023 with a lineup of free and ticketed events.
Starting on Tuesday, 5 December, and over the next two weeks. The precinct will be abuzz with food stalls, live music, and an array of complimentary offerings.
EAT: A Tasty Tour Through Melbourne Quarter
Kicking off the festivities, Peddler Espresso brightens the first week with complimentary coffees and mini danishes. As the week progresses, Royal Stacks steps up the game with slider tastings, dishing out mini versions of their popular burgers. The week concludes with a pop-up from Saluministi, famous for their panini and cannoli. Founders Peter Mastro and Frank Bressi will be present, offering a preview of their upcoming Melbourne Quarter outlet.
The second week continues the delicious journey with Gilbert café offering free coffees complemented by their well-loved flourless brownie. Meanwhile, Fishbowl introduces an exclusive VIP tasting of their new ‘Streetfood By Fishbowl’ to 125 lucky guests.
DRINK: Quench and Delight at Melbourne Quarter
The festivities get a bubbly boost with Sergy Boy hosting a lively Happy Hour on Thursday, 14 December. Patrons can enjoy roaming canapes, Aperol Spritz, tap beer from Moondog and Balter, and a selection of wines, all set to the tune of live music. This event exemplifies Melbourne Quarter’s commitment to high-quality food and vibrant activities.
PLAY: Groove to the Rhythms of Melbourne Quarter
Throughout the fortnight, the precinct transforms into a bustling hub of joy and social connection. With a DJ spinning tracks at Royal Stacks and an Ital-disco DJ at Saluministi’s pop-up, there’s no shortage of rhythm and beats. The public square invites guests to bask in the lively atmosphere, enjoy live performances, and celebrate in the company of friends.
Melbourne Quarter is a vibrant space where creativity, lush greenery, and delectable food converge. Positioned between Flinders and Collins streets and opposite Southern Cross Station, it stands as the pulsating heart of Melbourne’s economic hub and a beacon of the city’s lively culture.