Melbourne’s trendiest eateries will be serving up a range of tasty cuisines and delicious eats in The Park and Hill Square across the four days of Cup Week. From American-style pizza slices to Instagram-worthy cartoon character baos, there will be plenty on the menu to delight your taste buds. Plus indulge in an array of sips in stylish bars and outdoor spaces.
With a cult-like foodie following at South Melbourne Market, Agathé Pâtisserie crafts authentic French pastries, cakes and savouries.
Create the most mouth-watering combination with Bao x Waffle and try either their crispy southern-fried chicken, falafel patty or PB&J on your choice of a bao or a waffle base.
Dishing up American-style pizza slices, Duke Pizza combines hand-made dough with the freshest ingredients, including locally crafted Italian cheese
Hello José serves up Mexican-inspired food which guarantees to entice your taste buds. Try a dish of crunchy corn chips loaded up with pickled jalapeños, refried beans and spiced cream.
Serving up authentic Maine-style lobster rolls, Pinchy's delicious and sustainably-sourced seafood is equal parts fancy and fun.
Made from free-range Victorian beef ground fresh daily,
Slider Diner has the freshest and juiciest patties in town! Dig into their American-inspired
sliders and burgers.
Modernising and pushing the boundaries of Thai food, Son in Law serves traditional Thai dishes with a creative twist.
Created by Melbourne FC ruckman Max Gawn and his two brothers, The Bearded Jaffle ups the ante on the humble toasted sandwich with a creative twist on sweet and savoury flavours.
Sit back, relax and enjoy ice cold Furphies poured from a converted truck.
Indulge in a carefully crafted Grinders Coffee roasted from premium coffee beans.
Come along to the Heineken Container Bar to enjoy fresh draught quality Heineken and Heineken 3.
Get along to the Jim Beam Black destination bar sitting at the top of Hill Square, serving premium Jim Beam Black cocktails as well as a selection of other beverages.
Revitalise your taste buds at the Lillet Spritz Bar. Beautiful drinks, attractive furniture and a roaming illustrator to sketch your wonderful festival fashion will make it hard to stay away.
Join us in The Quincy Garden to discover a new style of alcoholic drink. Sit back and enjoy the afternoon with a deliciously refreshing and light, sparkling Quincy.
Make your way to the Seppelt Prosecco Bar for a Prosecco Spritz and a quick photo opp in their social media hub.
Take a step back in time and slide into a pastel-hued booth at the retro diner-themed Pony Bar.