Those who missed out on tickets to the hugely popular Sydney Table series will have one last chance. An additional dinner on June 16 has been added due to high demand.

The series of dinners, presented by Carriageworks for Vivid Sydney, aims to bring together chefs and creative minds for an experience in art and dining. Already announced pairings include chef Mark Best (Marque) and photographer Petrina Tinslay as well as Sam Miller (Silvereye) and artist Lisa Madigan. Joining their ranks for one last Sydney Table will be Mike Eggert of 10 William Street and Anna Vu of Good Food Crap Drawing.

Held in an intimate space of Carriageworks, Bay 21, the dinners will source most of their produce from the Carriageworks Farmers Market. “Carriageworks is such an amazing arts precinct, and we want the Farmers Market and the arts precinct to work together and create a synergy between art and food,” says Carriageworks Farmers Market creative director Mike McEnearney (also of No. 1 Bent Street by Mike. “Sydney Table brings both of these together and gives the chefs a chance to create something on the food front with a creative friend of theirs that has been an influence on who they are or what they do.”

One of the more intriguing collaborations will take part between Mitch Orr of ACME and professional dancer Amrita Hepi this Friday. “It’s going to be so much fun seeing the way Amrita and Mitch work together, and I’m also really interested to see Alex Herbert work with street artist Thomas Jackson,” says McEnearney.

Tickets to the final Sydney Table dinner with Mike Eggert and Anna Vu on June 16 can be bought at from 8am, May 26.