Dine out and save thanks to TheFork Festival.
The third iteration of TheFork Festival, brought to you by the restaurant booking site of the same name, has begun and is offering diners huge savings on sit-down meals at restaurants across Australia. (Featured image: @jaywennington)
Savings can be as high as 50% and isn’t just limited to dinner. Diners can book in for breakfast, lunch and every other hour that the selected restaurant is open.
So, at a time when small businesses and the hospitality sector have done it tough (and are still doing it tough) as well as many members of the general public who haven’t been able to afford a meal out in some time, TheFork Festival is a great initiative. The best news is that it is here for the next six weeks, finishing on 28 March. Plenty of time to get out take advantage of these offers.
To get the big-buck savings, all you need to do is head across to TheFork website and punch in your location to see what restaurants in your area have signed up to this unique food festival and what kind of discounts they’re offering. That’s pretty much it. Make sure, though, you make a booking using the TheFork Festival offer.
You can narrow down your selection by choosing the time and date you want to reserve your booking and the number of people attending. You can then also sort by offer and popularity if you really want to start narrowing down your options.
In Melbourne, restaurants include Ragusa Republika in Williamstown, Giro d’Italia in the city, Osteria 20 in Hawthorn, Temple Brewing Co in Brunswick, and Season’s Provedore in Carlton. As Melbourne is only just coming out of a snap five-day lockdown, it is likely that many more will restaurants will join the festival.