A REFRESHMENT CLUB
Kicking off from Wednesday 15th June are these series of amazing dining experiences by our friends from Scarf.
Scarf help to transform the lives of young people seeking protection, and those from refugee and migrant backgrounds, by getting them into work while adding flavour and heart to the hospitality industry.
Featuring the amazing Jordan Clay and his team from Pipis Kiosk, this mini-series of Scarf Dinners allow trainees to put their newly learned skills and knowledge into play in a hands-on, supportive work environment. Scarf works with a Trauma-Informed Approach with a strong focus on Trainee Wellbeing and Boosting Job-Readiness.
These dinners are a core part of Scarf programs, enabling trainees and graduates the opportunity to gain front-of-house paid work experience in a top-notch Melbourne venue. The trainees will be supported by Scarf mentors: hospitality professionals who volunteer their time to play a crucial role during Scarf Dinners.
On the night, you can expect a $49 two-course set menu (entree and main, with choices in each course) by Pipis Kiosk, who are renowned for their contemporary, seasonal menus which celebrate sustainable seafood.
*Check out our friends from Pipis here on Broadsheet.
Winter Scarf Dinners will run on the following evenings:
- Wednesday 15 June
- Wednesday 22 June
- Wednesday 29 June
- Wednesday 6 July
Get a few tickets quick as these dinners are a great opportunity to support our migrant and refugee community!