MPavillion finishes up for 2016

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Over the last four months MPavilion and Three Thousand Thieves have celebrated Melbourne’s best food, booze and coffee in a stunning space specifically designed by Architect Amanda Levete in the city’s iconic Queen Victoria Gardens.

After a wonderful summer celebrating Melbourne’s arts culture, MPavillion is closing with a bang – with the free Endless Bummer party on Sunday, February 7.

MPavilion celebrates architecture and design, which has been reflected in the curation of the food & beverage aspect – foodies have been treated to a host of events with many food partners getting involved. Local favourites Pidapipo Gelateria and D.O.C have provided some delicious Italian fare and delicious ice cream; coffee provided by First Press, Industry Beans, Coffee Bird, Allpress and Dukes, and Sample Beer, Four Pillars gin and Starward Whisky offering delicious tipples.

Owner of 3000 Thieves and MPavillion Food & Beverage Partner Athan Didaskalou says he has been thrilled with the project.

“Melbourne is known globally for its creativity and cultural intelligence – and featuring the best Melbourne coffee, food and alcohol, MPavilion has been a real tribute to this,” Didaskalou says.

“It’s been exciting to be part of MPavillion this year. We’ve had an amazing summer and it’s been fantastic to see more people experience food and coffee in a new and stunning open space in Melbourne.”

The MPavillion Endless Bummer party will kick off Sunday 7 February at 4pm. Curated by Liquid Architecture’s Mino Peric and featuring David Chesworth, Makeda and Rites Wild, it’s well worth checking out MPav for one last dose of pure Melbourne culture.

MPavillion’s Endless Bummer Party

Queen Victoria Gardens, Southbank

Sunday, 7 February, 4pm-8pm

http://www.mpavilion.org/program/liquid-architecture-presents-endless-bummer-new-gear-new-you

Lauren Bruce

Lauren started her writing career as a communications adviser before she realised she couldn’t ignore her passion for food and the arts any longer. So now she does both! Now editor of Gram Magazine, she has also contributed to Quest Magazine, Spook, the Herald Sun, Paper Sea and Junkee.