Since the Bloody Good Dinner began in 2017, each year has been uniquely special and intentionally different from the last. While each event was a one-off, you can relive highlights from the nights here.
Renowned chef, Paul Donnelly, brought his famed NYC restaurant, Chinese Tuxedo, to Melbourne for one night only. It was abundantly clear why Chinese Tuxedo has become such a favourite in the Big Apple. From powerful speeches to delicious snapper to the generous auction pledges, the night was nothing short of spectacular, raising a whopping $740,000 in the process.
Our inaugural event was at the historic Meat Market Pavilion, with a special one-off menu created by Danielle Alvarez from Fred’s, Merivale. The aim had been to raise $300,000 to fund a world-first medical research project to improve the outcomes of Bone Marrow transplants. But instead, the final tally amounted to over $400,000, which allowed the cutting-edge medical research to successfully go ahead.