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Kate’s Eats This Week

MML

BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH
Maybe ‘behold’ is better. The new guard is coming through, Clinton McIver is already making waves with ‘Amaru’, and now young gun Peter Gunn is finally setting down roots with a permanent version of his supremely popular pop-up ‘Ides’. He’ll be opening in Smith Street mid-March, and believe me – it’ll be good! www.idesmelbourne.com.au

DO YOUR SUMS
Stand by, it’s getting closer. Hong Kong’s Tim Ho Wan Melbourne installation is apparently just around the corner. Slated for 206 Bourke Street we are assured that the Michelin-starred restaurant is going to open its doors in March. www.timhowan.com.au 

BEE INSPIRED
Like it sweet? Eureka 89 is holding a Melbourne Food and Wine Festival event celebrating Melbourne City Rooftop Honey. Get high enjoying honey on top of the world, or at least on to of the Eureka building. It’ll be a five course dinner with drinks. More details: www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au

YOUR SHOUT
You can also make sure someone else gets to enjoy the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. HEAT Catering is a social enterprise established by St Kilda Youth Services and they’ll be running a World’s Longest Lunch specifically to feed the Homeless and Disadvantaged people of Melbourne. You can pay for someone to enjoy an afternoon of fine dining and service at Luna Park simply by donating $55. Search ‘HEAT’ at www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au

DEMYSTIFYING DE GRAND CRUS
I think a lot of people are pretty confused by the different classes of French wine, which is where a couple of coming events will come in handy. Langton’s are bringing to town a dozen Bordeaux Grande Cru Classe Chateau proprietors and winemakers for a spectactular dinner, and a rare tasting opportunity. Dinner will take place Fri 4th March at The Point; or for just $95 per person you can head along for a ‘Chateaux of Bordeaux’ tasting event. More details: www.langtons.com.au

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