Festival Village OpenTable VIP Pavilion @ Noosa Food and Wine Festival 2018

We’re excited to be a part of the hottest spot at this year’s Noosa Food and Wine Festival.

Bigger than ever, the OpenTable Festival Village VIP pavilion will grant exclusive access to guest chefs and key partners over the whole weekend.

Wines by Xanadu Margaret River and Asahi Super Dry, the preferred premium Japanese beer will be available as well as refreshing water by San Pellegrino.
Each OpenTable VIP pass holder will receive four complimentary drinks each day, whilst enjoying an all-day grazing table prepared by Chef Gareth Collins, situated alongside Noosa River overlooking Witta Circle.

Come say hi and be our guest at this year’s exciting iteration of the ever popular festival.

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