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July 31st, 2015

Melbourne’s top chefs are invited to down their tools and throw on their lycras for the inaugural ‘Tour De Chef’ challenge, a fundraiser for Second Bite taking place in Victoria…

Melbourne’s top chefs are invited to down their tools and throw on their lycras for the inaugural ‘Tour De Chef’ challenge, a fundraiser for Second Bite taking place in Victoria on Sunday, 27 September.

The 80km road bicycle ride has already attracted entries from Saint Crispin, Mister Bianco, Woodland House, Lupino and Rockwell and Sons, and will see the top chefs fighting it out to determine who will take home the coveted ‘Yellow Apron’ for the fastest time on the day.

The route will start at Saint Crispin in Collingwood at 8am with the intrepid chefs furiously cycling down to a fruity finish at Sunny Ridge Strawberry Farm in Mornington.

Tour De Chef is the brainchild of Saint Crispin owners Scott Pickett and Joe Grbac, who are both passionate about supporting the good work done by Second Bite.

Joe Grbac will be representing Saint Crispin in the competition with Pickett manning the support car taking on the role of directeur sportif, providing tips, encouragement and supplies along the way.

To donate and support your favourite cycling chef visit the website https://give.everydayhero.com/au/saint-crispin-s-bike-ride-for-charity, like the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tour-de-Chef/797392297047405?fref=nf or follow @TourDeChefAU on Instagram and Twitter joining in the conversation using #TourDeChef #YellowApron

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March 30th, 2015

Saint Crispin’s Joe Grbac and Thomas Olive’s Alan Mulvihill have created a dinner with a catch for this year’s World Class Cocktail Week. “The Old Scotch and the Sea” is…

Saint Crispin’s Joe Grbac and Thomas Olive’s Alan Mulvihill have created a dinner with a catch for this year’s World Class Cocktail Week.

“The Old Scotch and the Sea” is a great tale unlike Ernest Hemingway’s story of the battle of man and the sea, this dinner is an expression of the perfect harmony between scotch and sweet delicious seafood combinations. Come in and join us for a four course taste sensation including dishes such as Marron tail, chicken liver parfait, fricassee of pine mushrooms, buttered hand rolled macaroni and sesame seed crumble matched perfectly with Talisker Storm Scotch Whisky.

When: Wednesday 27th May
Time: 7pm – 11pm
Where: Upstairs in the private dining room at Saint Crispin
300 Smith Street, Collingwood
Cost: $130pp for 4 courses and matching whisky
To book call Saint Crispin reservations on 9419 2202

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