BORDER eateries are going out in style this week as the government once again hits the brakes.
With regional Victoria going to stage three restrictions on Thursday amid Melbourne's COVID-19 crisis, North East restaurants are offering midweek events.
Ripe@Buller Wines and Taste@Rutherglen will host a Last Hurrah degustation lunch and dinner, respectively, on Wednesday.
Limited to 20 people, bookings are essential.
"Make sure you join us for a last hurrah; who knows when we will be allowed to reopen again," co-owner Fiona Myers said.
Both Ripe and Taste will offer prizes for best dressed and best masks.
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Wodonga fine dining restaurant Miss Amelie will open for dinner on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
Bookings are essential for the services being billed as The Last Supper.
Rutherglen cellar door James & Co Wines will host The Last Hurrah Featuring Milkin Kitchen on Wednesday night.
Tickets via Eventbrite for 5.30pm and 7.30pm sittings.
Wodonga eatery La Maison Restaurant and Bar is offering The (Very) Last Hurrah dining-in experience this week.
"Just like John Farnham, we're back for our final (final) farewell dining service before stage three Victorian lockdown commences on Thursday," its Facebook post says.
"Join us for lunch tomorrow (Tuesday) and lunch and dinner on Wednesday."
It will keep patrons up to date on takeaway offerings throughout the lockdown.
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