Fed Square has reopened and is turning dining in, inside out!
Various spaces throughout Fed Square have been transformed into outdoor dining zones, some which also offer the opportunity to order via QR code for contactless service.
Popular venue Beer DeLuxe will lead the charge re-opening their doors from 28 October with TimeOut (29 Oct), Riverland and Pilgrim (30 Oct) and Transport (31 Oct) following on soon after. Chocolate Buddha will complete the Fed Square dining reopening on 11 November.
Fed Square is also offering FREE parking for the month of November for those dining at one of the restaurants, cafes or bars. Simply obtain your free parking ticket when you purchase food or beverages and produce your ticket upon exit.
Plus from 5 November, there will be live bands on the Main Stage every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 7pm. The line-up includes multi ARIA Award-winning Paul Coyle and his band The Devious Three; Jules Boult & The Redeemers; Steve Purcell's Pearly Shells; Damon Smith Band; Rhythm and Blues rockers Benny Peters & The Mistreaters; ARIA Award-winning band Collard Greens and Gravy; Jules Boult & Memphis Gold; plus Andre & The Rare Blues Byrds.
From 8 November, roving entertainment will be found across the dining zones every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday lunchtime, from 12pm to 2pm. Patrons will enjoy Not My Circus! an exciting new trio bringing high energy, dance fuelled jams; Uptown Brown with his "Goodtimes Gyratorscope"; roving Latin drummers; and Melbourne's own Mariachi Band.
Check out what's happening at Fed Square this November at https://fedsquare.com/events/dining