End of Year Celebration!

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Thursday 6th December, 6.30pm  

Dinner and Drinks at Saint & Rogue

 

Classically trained, Head Chef Brendan Cowie and his team call upon over four decades of shared fine dining experience – including Michelin Star holders across Europe, to present an internationally influenced, modern twist on Australian cuisine that celebrates locally sourced produce and quality ingredients.

$50 per head for dinner (drinks not included – available at bar prices).

582 Little Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 

Tucked into 582 Little Collins Street in the heart of Melbourne CBD, Saint & Rogue gets back to the roots of what a good pub is all about; a place for great food and drink, good company and a lot of laughs.

Ideally located just 100 metres from Southern Cross Station, we will enjoy a Set menu of  Main meal and dessert.  Drinks will be available at the bar at your own cost with a superb 150 year old cathedral ceiling setting the scene for a memorable occasion.

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