New events have been added to the 2018 program for Melbourne’s Good Food Month, which kicks off next month.

Good Food Month will partner with the city’s best restaurants for Friends of Good Food Month, an event series that sees leading restaurants curate and host unique experiences to best showcase their culinary excellence.

There is everything from dining in the dark at Burma Lane to an Italian culinary journey at Massi Osteria and a five-course cocktail degustation at The Noble Experiment.

Melbourne is also invited to take part in the annual Young Chef’s Lunch with Andrew McConnell on 24 June at Cumulus Up. Guests will indulge in a four-course set menu with wine and beer.

Festival favourite Let’s Do Lunch, presented by Peter Lehmann Wines of the Barossa, will return, serving up special lunch experiences at Melbourne institutions including Noir, Ezard and Maha.

Meanwhile, pop-up restaurant Melbourne Palms will host a series of talks and dinner collaborations at Federation Square’s car park rooftop, with guests including Bo Bech (Geist), Alla Wolf-Tasker (The Lake House) and Andrew McConnell (Supernormal).

“As national presenting partner, Citi is delighted to continue our support of Australia’s biggest food festival, Good Food Month, helping bring to life new and exciting culinary experiences for both our customers and the broader community,” says Tanya Smith, head of customer franchise at Citi.

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