Where to discover delicious dining around Glow Winter Arts Festival

Published on 13 June 2023

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Hey Melbourne, it’s time to embrace the winter season by putting on your woolies and heading out to experience the eye-catching artworks at Glow Winter Arts Festival. Luckily for you, Central Park is surrounded by mouth-watering and cozy eateries all within a short walk from the festival. 

The question is, do you book yourself in for a warm feed before or after Glow? Perhaps you want to fuel up at a restaurant before and then treat yourself to desert at Miss Molly’s Cakes food truck while you’re at the festival. Or, maybe staying warm with some mulled wine from Tom Collins Caravan is more your vibe. 

To help plan your night in Malvern East, here are some of our favourite local options to check out. 

Tom Pockett Cellars

Tom Pockett Cellars is offering a $10 Beer, Wine & Chips special for anyone who quotes “Glow” throughout the festival. Cosy up inside this cellar bar where the team specialises in small batch wine from family owned and operated businesses. They also stock local and imported beers.

Open from 3pm - 10pm.

155 Burke Road, Malvern East

Grazia Restaurant

Introducing the new Grazia Restaurant to the City of Stonnington community! From Roman-style pizzas and your favourite pasta dishes to decadent house-made desserts, you can enjoy all your Italian favourites and more. Buon appetito!

Open from noon until late, seven days a week.

159 Burke Road, Glen Iris 

Nutty Latte Ice Cream

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Nutty Latte has prepared some new and delicious ice cream flavours for Glow Festival: Tru Rainbow Glow, Crystal Lemon and Festive Berries! Or perhaps you have another favourite flavour in mind?

Extended trading hours until 9pm during the festival. 

362 Wattletree Road, Malvern East


For more delicious dining inspiration, head to our Glow dining page at glowfestival.com.au/dining