Grazeland, The Playground For Melbourne Foodies, Is Open For Takeaway

Nicole de Souza Nicole de Souza - Staff Writer

Grazeland is offering different foods for takeaway

Foodies rejoice! You can graze away at home this weekend.

Picture a food paradise selling everything you could possibly dream of, from pierogis to arancini. That’s Grazeland, a permanent food hub that opened its doors in Spotswood earlier this year. And they’ve decided to stay open for takeaway, so you can enjoy the lockdown by sampling something new.

If you live within 5km of their Spotswood location, you can enter Grazeland and choose from a variety of different sweet and savoury vendors for takeaway. The $2.50 entry fee has been waived, so you can walk right in to pick up your food. It’s COVID-safe, as all staff and visitors are required to scan a QR code and wear a face mask on entry.

Choose something savoury, like Nashville fried chicken from Charchella or a tasty bao from Bao Down & Katsu King. Or if you’re after something sweet, why not try fresh cannoli from Cannoleria or a doughnut from Doughville? Metro Bar will also be open as a takeaway bottle shop.

On top of that, some vendors will also be available to find on delivery apps, but that’s up to the discretion of each vendor.


Grazeland is open for takeaway:

Friday July 16, 5-9pm.

Saturday July 17, 5-9pm.

Sunday July 18, 12-8pm.

Find them next to Scienceworks at 20 Booker St, Spotswood VIC, 3015.

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