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Win double passes to Delectable Food Bowl and Sounds



This is real bonus for food lovers!   

I have 10 double passes to the finale of Brisbane's Delectable – the fabulous Food Bowl followed by Sounds concert, both in the City Botanic Gardens, Alice Street, on Sunday July 29 from 10.30 am.

Set within the beautiful, expansive grounds of the City Botanic Gardens, Food Bowl offers visitors the opportunity to taste and experience menus from Brisbane’s most renowned restaurants and sample a delicious delectable plate paired with Queensland and Australian wines and local craft beer (non-alcoholic beverages will also be available).

My favourite chefs will be there, cooking up their best treats for all to enjoy.  If you’ve ever been to Ambiwerra you’ll know what to expect. The line-up includes-

    1889 Enoteca
    ARIA
    Armstrong’s
    Boucher French Bistro
    Brents
    Bretts Wharf
    Confit
    Harveys Bar & Bistro
    Il Centro Restaurant & Bar
    Moda Restaurant
    Restaurant Rapide
    Ortiga
    Restaurant Two
    Ristorante Tartufo
    Sakē Restaurant & Bar
    Stokehouse Brisbane
    Tank
    Urbane
    The Jetty Southbank.
    Vintaged
    ERA Bistro
    The Walnut Restaurant

“delectable Dollars” will be the official currency at Food Bowl to purchase all food and beverages. One “delectable Dollar” = $2 and can be purchased in booklets of $20 and $30.

Sounds at the Riverstage starts at 2.30pm. You’ll enjoy an outdoor afternoon of entertainment with music from Marina Prior, David Hobson and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Guy Noble.

It’s the closing event for the 2012 festival and an all-ages event. Bring a picnic rug to relax on and enjoy a glass of wine as you take in an afternoon of beautiful music.

I have 10 double passes (value $85 each) to give away to the first 10 people who email me with Delectable Food Bowl and Sounds in the subject line, AND leave a comment below.

If you miss out on a ticket, you can purchase one here 

Tickets, just to Food Bowl, are $20 in advance and $30 at the gate. Purchase your Food Bowl tickets in advance and take advantage of free travel on the on the integrated Translink network to and from the event.

Comments

  1. Anonymous12:01 pm

    Delectable Food Bowl and Sounds - Count me in! :)
    Richard L

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    1. Lucky you, you're going to Food Bowl and Sounds!

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  2. What a fantastic prize! I'm really looking forward to all of Delectable this year, especially Regional Flavours this weekend. Last year it was one of the best food events I went to all year.

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    1. Start looking forward to Food Bowl and Sounds too Mel - you're going!

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    2. thanks Kerry - looking forward to it too! Great weekend at Regional Flavours :)

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  3. I'm super excited about this event Kerry- looking forward to the day long degustation of the best in Brisbane!
    -R

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    1. Work up your appetite Renee, you're going too!

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  4. Anonymous12:12 pm

    Looks like a great event. Wonderful to see more quality food events being held in Brisbane.
    I'd love to win some tickets.
    Lisa

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    1. It will be fun and you will be there - you're going!

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  5. I would love to win a double pass to Delectable Food Bowl and Sounds!! Email sent :)

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  6. della Wilson12:31 pm

    I can't. Wait to attend! I never got to ambiwerra so am keen to see what its like. Can't wait to try out samples from brisbanes best!

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    1. There will be plenty to try - you're going!

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  7. Brilliant, fingers crossed :) Brodles

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    1. Finger crossed worked - you're going!

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  8. Anonymous12:53 pm

    I loved Ambiwerra (pre-kids). Looks like a fantastic day out! Cheers,
    Melissa

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    1. You can even bring the kids - you're going!

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  9. Beautiful weather, food and sound. Must be BrisVegas!

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    1. See you there Therese - you're going!

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  10. I can't wait to go and try out the food!!!

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    1. Only eight more sleeps - you're going!

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  11. Anonymous7:14 pm

    Sounds like an amazing day out Kerry! Thanks for the chance. Deb & Cos

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    1. Sorry Deb and Cos, you've just missed out :(

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  12. Anonymous10:41 am

    I remember Moda and their wonderful food at Ambiwerra, can't wait to go! Michael Kleimeyer

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