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Regional World's Longest Lunches

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by Annie (subscribe)
Annie is a funny little foodie, living by the beach who loves to get out and about.
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Victoria sits down to its longest lunch
Kicking off the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2016 is the Regional World's Longest Lunches. A feast of the senses, across 24 locations, with picturesque regional scenes, stunning wines and degustation menus to make anyone question the need for a diet.
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World's Longest Lunch


The lunch will be an outdoor event, weather permitting, with the tables stretched further than the eye can see. The cuisine varies from venue to venue; all promising to be a tantalising, memorable treat.
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The events are littered with entertainment throughout the afternoon, guests will hear from the head chef and winemakers about the food and wine being served, a great way to learn about the diversity of what Victoria has to offer.
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From Ballarat to Wyndham, there's a lunch in every corner of the state. Whether rolling hillsides are your scene or rugged cliffs more your beat, there's sure to be a lunch to please everyone. Why not make a weekend of it and check into one of the local hotels?
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Ticket prices vary from venue to venue, so be sure to check when booking online with Melbourne Food and Wine

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Why? Local food wine and entertainment
When: 12pm
Phone: 03 9823 6100
Where: Various Locations
Cost: Varies, $90 - $150
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