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After two years of uncertainty for Brisbane’s hospitality industry, Dine BNE City is back, and this year’s event is set to be bigger and better than ever.

For the month of May, experience the very best of Brisbane City dining with a variety of exclusive offers and dining experiences to suit every taste. From $25 lunches to Wine Walks, Whiskey Nights and 10-course degustations, you won’t be left feeling hungry at this year’s Dine BNE City event. 

Dine BNE City 2022 brings together an impressive line-up of the city’s best and beloved restaurants, including (but not limited to) Walter’s, Rico’s, City Winery, Sake, and COPPA Spuntino, as well as some exciting new additions such as Banc Brasserie, Leonards Bar & Bistro, Toscano, Rothwell’s Bar & Grill, and the newly opened Suzette at Sofitel Brisbane Central. 

For the month of May, diners can inject some excitement into their weekday dining with a number of venues offering $25 and $35 lunch options as part of Dine BNE City’s ‘Let’s do lunch’ campaign. Tuck into a plate of divine pappardelle with beef and pork ragu, focaccia and cannoli for only $35 at Persone, indulge in Banc Brasserie’s duck leg confit or go all out with a two-course lunch at Fat Noodle for $25 – the options are endless, the food plentiful. 


For the serious foodies, Supper Club has an exciting roster of venues offering exclusive seasonal experiences that are not to be missed. Experiences include a decadent two-course martini dinner at Inchcolm By Ovolo for $69pp, an exclusive 7-course Osaka Omakase degustation at Sake, a special 12-course banquet at Madame Wu, and so much more. You’ll be spoilt for choice.   

If you’re more in the mood for a social catch up or after work drinks, Bar Safari has a range of drink and tapas pairings sure to impress. Visit the Wet Deck at W Brisbane for their $60 Sea and Sparkle package which includes four lobster tacos and two glasses of Hentley Farm ‘Blanc De Noir’, stop by COPPA Spuntino for an aperol and arancinis, or devour ‘The Charles Tower’ charcuterie selection (plus a glass of wine) for $69 at The Charles – amongst many others.   

The program for this year’s event also includes ticketed experiences like the return of the Urban Wine Walk, Urban Cocktail Crawl, and the annual Sea to City festival which will take place on Sunday 29th May in celebration of all things seafood. In addition, this year’s program will feature an exciting collaboration between Pasta Mama and COPPA Spuntino – presenting Brisbane’s first ever pasta club!
So, whether you’re a diehard foodie or love to dine out here and there, treat yourself with an outing to this year’s Dine BNE City festival. For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit www.bnecity.com.au/dine