Food Glorious Food
Eat with us at Laneway 2018! We love quality food just as much as our music, and this year we’re taking it up a notch with another epic range of culinary delights. Here’s a small glimpse of what we’ve got lined up...
To match the excellent line up of St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, this year, Laneway is excited to announce ‘Royal Moyle’: a collaboration with Australia’s undisputed King of culinary delights, David Moyle.
Founder of Hobart’s famous Franklin restaurant and Creative Director of Melbourne’s hottest new bar Longsong, Moyle will curate food and beverage pairings at the Sydney and Melbourne events. As part of the pairings, Moyle has chosen a selection of current, young and acclaimed chefs, restaurants and mixologists.
It’s moonshine, music and merriment. Longsong question the status quo - but in a thoughtful way. And at their heart is a collaboration with a score of primary producers, brewers, mixers and makers.
Embla is a celebrated wine bar in the middle of Melbourne CBD with a weird taste in wine and an uncomplicated approach to food that has garnered widespread critical acclaim and a loyal local following.
SMITH & DAUGHTERS
Smith & Daughters is a vegan bar and eatery with a unique rock 'n' roll vibe. Owners Mo Wyse & Shannon Martinez share a common goal for creating a truly beautiful space to enjoy great food.
HARLEY & ROSE
Josh Murphy and Rory Cowcher, former head chefs at the Builders Arms and Cutler and Co. respectively, will open their first solo restaurant, Harley and Rose, in the old Ovest pizza site in Footscray in lat1 2017. Most of the menu will be fuelled by a traditional wood-fired oven and a produce-driven, interesting-drink-friendly progression.
BURN CITY SMOKERS