Tickets have gone on sale for the event, which brings together the best local food, beverages and entertainment in the heart of Fremantle, Walyalup Koort, on Saturday November 25th.
A partnership between local legends The National Hotel and St Patrick’s Community Support Centre (St Pat’s), the Fremantle Long Table Dinner raises much-needed funds for people experiencing homelessness in our community.With queues out the door at St Pat’s, National Hotel owner Karl Bullers said the Freo Long Table needs to raise at least $150,000 this year.
“By booking your tickets today you’ll be helping St Pat’s provide vital services and support to individuals and families experiencing extreme hardship, including meals, accommodation, showers, health and dental care, mental health and drug and alcohol support and so much more,” Mr Bullers said.
Ticketholders will be taken on a gastronomic odyssey with a three-course feast served under the stars accompanied by the finest in vintage wines such as Leeuwin Estate, Capel Vale Winery and Greenskins, alongside boutique beers from Little Creatures Brewery.Or you can partake in a delicious cocktail at one of the Long Tables pop-up bars, thanks to Aperol, Brown Forman Corporation and Republic of Fremantle Distillery.
“We’ve got a Michelin-star chef on board who we’re very excited about,” Mr Bullers teased, “so stay tuned.”
Guests will also enjoy world-class entertainment, including Oats Supply, Circus WA, Junkadelic and special guests Rocks & Rhubarb, who took out the John Curtin College of the Arts Battle of the Bands 2023 competition.
St Pat’s Chief Executive Officer, Michael Piu, said the community service organisation was proud to partner once again with the National Hotel to bring the Long Table Dinner to Fremantle.“I would like to invite everyone to join us in a celebration of art, culture and above all the incredible people who make us proud to call Fremantle home,” Mr Piu said.