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Eat your way around the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit

05/04/22

M-Lane will be home to some of the city’s finest food and drink vendors.

The Formula 1® Heineken® Australian Grand Prix 2022 has unveiled a bumper program of trackside food and beverage pop-ups that promises to keep racegoers refuelled between laps.

M-Lane, the Melbourne-inspired lakeside precinct, will be home to some of the city’s finest food and drink vendors. Whether it’s a snack or a sit-down meal, a dessert or a decadent cocktail, M-Lane is the place to find it.

Exclusive cocktail bars from Idle Hour Vodka, Patient Wolf Gin and Red Bull will provide a refreshing pitstop for the over-18’s in the crowd, while Two Boys Brew kombucha and St Ali coffee will be bringing the non-alcoholic pick-me-ups.

Seafood fans can indulge on mouth-watering lobster rolls, snapper croquettes, truffle fries, and king crab tacos from Pinchy’s Lobster and Champagne Bar. For those after a satisfying bite, Zero Gradi will be serving hand-churned gelato, along with 400 Gradi’s award-winning pizza, renamed the Gradi Prix (bianco cheese, cherry tomato, shaved parmesan, prosciutto di parma and rocket). Deep-pan delights from Wonder Pies and crowd favourite fish and chip joint Hunky Dory will also be in M-Lane.

Friday Grandstand tickets for the Formula 1®️ Heineken®️ Australian Grand Prix 2022 are available from $91. Get them before they sell out.

The four regional precincts located around the Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit will be host to its own array of food and drink options. Visitors to the Great Ocean Road precinct will find the cheese lover’s dream Mac and Cheese Diner, Dum and Dumpling in their iconic school bus set up, and Bistro Morgan for handcrafted baked goods.

In the Yarra Valley precinct, Stix will provide a sit-down dessert experience, with their mouth-watering cheesecakes, while Oakberry’s acai bowls are sure to be a hit. Kids will love Toasted Toastie in the family-orientated Phillip Island precinct. Up in the Grampians precinct, grab a quick snack from Wendy’s Milk Bar, or a healthy smoothie from Boost Juice to keep energy levels high.

Australian Grand Prix Corporation's Senior Manager - Hospitality Experiences, Claudine Collins is looking forward to seeing some of the world's best food at this year's Grand Prix.

“We’re lucky to live in a state with some of the world’s best food and wine on our doorstep, and it feels fitting to bring those delicious flavours together at the Formula 1 Heineken Australian Grand Prix 2022. Fans will be treated to a taste of Victoria at every corner of the circuit,” she said.

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