The world's most liveable city has another side to it, where marginalisation, poverty and isolation are far too common. Come and explore that side of the city via a progressive dinner in three of Melbourne's iconic laneways.
Marvellous Melbourne was so named in the Gold Rush years and continues now under the claim of it being the world's most liveable city. But Melbourne's street homelessness has increased 74% in the last two years, creating a visible presence of people living in disadvantage.
The Progressive Laneway Dinner will help you engage with this world via a meal in three laneways, each course hosted by organisations seeking to make a difference, and mixing with people who know this 'other side' of the city while walking and talking between the venues.
Dinner starts at The Soup Place in Centre Place. The main course will be at Kinfolk in Bourke Street, with dessert at Credo in Baptist Place off Little Collins Street.
This event is a fundraiser for Urban Seed.