This competition is now closed. Congratulations to our winner Darshna G.
Picture this: you and your friends being chauffeured around town to one of the city’s best restaurants, where a reserved table laden with food and drinks awaits. The next night, the same experience at a different restaurant. Every night for a week.
For one lucky Broadsheet reader and three of their friends, such a preposterous fantasy is about to come true. In partnership with the Honda HR-V, we’ve arranged a full week of back-to-back dinners at some of Brisbane’s best restaurants.
The itinerary includes dinners at Happy Boy's brand new Fortitude Valley Chinese eatery; Esq, the simplified sibling of Ryan Squires’s Esquire; Amalfi-inspired diner in the sky, Otto; the 140-seat heritage-listed venue in a former antique store, Detour; 1889 Enoteca, which has a traditional Italian offering with standout imported reds; the aptly-named late-night Thai diner Longtime; and former tea warehouse turned bistro, E’cco – for over 20 years the yardstick by which every other Brisbane restaurant is measured.
We’ve sorted the venues, you choose the company. Ensure lifelong best friends by keeping the same crew each night, or mix it up with a rotating cast. It’s up to you. Honda will take care of the transport for the evening and be designated driver, ferrying you from table to table in a Honda HR-V, so everyone can have the night – or nights – off.
Seven Dinners in Seven Nights will run from September 11 to 17. Don’t miss this one. Fill in the form below by September 4 for your chance to win.
Seven Dinners in Seven Nights is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with the Honda HR-V, the perfect partner for exploring the best dining destinations around town.