Frankston International manager Phil Jones and That Spirited Lot Distillers co-founder Kate Barton toast the Graze food festival.
Frankston City Council’s Graze food festival is bursting with awesome flavours, mouthwatering dishes, meal packages and drink specials to delight patrons. On until May 2, Graze features tempting offerings from 30 city businesses that you can enjoy as dine-in, takeaway and delivery.
Cr Steven Hughes said now was the perfect time to discover new flavours and rediscover old favourites to support dining venues as the municipality began to recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. “These businesses have put their hands up to create some really unique and enticing meals, drinks and experiences for everyone to enjoy,” Cr Hughes said. “From handmade dumplings and vegan hotdogs to colourful cocktails and brunch specials, Graze has it all.”
Frankston International’s Taggarts Restaurant and That Spirited Lot Distillers are two of the businesses taking part in Graze. That Spirited Lot co-founder Kate Barton said: “We wanted to create a unique experience to celebrate this awesome initiative, so Taggarts Restaurant and (our) team decided to bring patrons an amazing matched menu to show off what we both can do.”
If you share a photograph or video on Facebook or Instagram of you, your family or friends at Graze and tag it #grazefrankstoncity, you’ll go in the weekly draw to win a $50 voucher for the Graze venue of your choice. Click here for more festival details.