Marble and Grain

Braddon, Canberra

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Event Description

Delivering the classic elements of a European Steakhouse with a food experience that offers a true gastronomic journey and dynamic delight for the senses, working with seasonal Australian and local produce to deliver a paddock-to-plate menu. Our chefs have taken their passion for food and crafted a menu that offers a wide variety of incredible, succulent choices, from the finest local produce and the most phenomenal steaks. With all craft beers on tap and an extensive wine list, there is something to match whatever your food choice.

EVENT LOCATION

Marble and Grain

25 Mort Street

Braddon, Canberra

WHEN

Saturday, 18 May 24

AGE

50-60 year olds

COST

$39 booking fee

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EVENT LOCATION

Marble and Grain

25 Mort Street

Braddon, Canberra


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