MT Lawley roasting house Dainty Dowager will make its BeauVine Food & Wine Festival debut this weekend.
More than 60 wineries, breweries and cideries and 12 restaurants will serve up exclusive dishes and beverages at the third festival, which will also feature a selection of live music and entertainment, to he held at Birdwood Square.
Dainty Dowager owners Owen Chua, Terry Chua and Chris Rose have created dishes especially for the festival.
“(We were) pumped to get involved this year having seen what a great event it has been in the past,” Owen said.
“We feel it specifically caters for the Beaufort Street Mt Lawley locality, bringing people back to the area and showcasing what a great entertainment strip it is.
“We’ve taken this opportunity to showcase dishes that we’ve created uniquely for BeauVine; from a little black pepper twist on dim sum squid to our own take on the classic Japanese grilled noodle dish yakisoba, we’’re hoping there’s something to keep everyone smiling with their bellies full.”
Clarences BeauVine Burger with double beef, double bacon and double cheese will be served alongside their pulled pork buns and loaded fries.
The Brisbane Hotel will return with some of last year’s favourites include salt and pepper squid, roast pumpkin and whipped feta arancini and chicken liver parfait.
Meat Candy will bring Southern flavours with a selection including hot chicken sambo, twice cooked pork belly with hot maple glaze and smoked brisket flat bread.
Clint Nolan’s Alabama Song is keeping it simple with a classic cheeseburger, spicy fried chicken burger and chickpea burger, along with exclusive cheesy fries.
For those after a little Mexican spice, La Cholita has you covered with beef cheek tacos, spicy duck taquitos and, especially for BeauVine, cheesy bean taquitos.
Mack Daddy’s New York Slice will also return with selection of pizzas by the slice, as well as mozzarella ella ella sticks.
Organisers estimate 15,000 people will attend the culinary experience.
What: BeauVine Food & Wine Festival
When: October 20-22
Where: Birdwood Square, Mt Lawley