Good Food Guide
About Fringe Good Food Guide
There is nothing worse than when your tummy starts to grumble in that quiet, poignant moment of a moving piece of theatre. Avoid all such embarrassing problems by feeding the machine at one of these fantastic eateries.
Visit this gorgeous restaurant serving classic and traditional French food, show your ticket to The Age 2008 Melbourne Fringe Festival and choose from these two special menus. A set menu of classic French bistro fare for $30 per head or a choice of any two items from Libertine’s a la carte menu for $55 per head (both offers exclude wine).
Libertine, 500 Victoria Street, North Melbourne, phone 9329 5228
On your way to a Fringe show or on your way home, check in to Bimbo for some exceptional pizza.
Show your fringe Festival ticket during the festival at the bar and ask about FREE membership to the Bimbo loyalty program (usually $5). Membership offers a range of benefits including $4 pizzas. To be redeemed on the spot at anytime during the festival.
Bimbo Deluxe, 376 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, phone 9419 8600
Urban Burger (North Melbourne only) will give Melbourne Fringe ticket holders a free serve of fries (small) with every standard size burger purchase.
Urban Burger North Melbourne, 47 Errol Street, North Melbourne, phone: 9328 1781
That's not all folks. Visit melbournefringe.com.au for even more good food.
Dining offers are only available from 24 September - 12 October. One offer per person/ticket. Tickets may be kept or stamped by the restaurant.