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Oddio returns with a Mediterranean twist this weekend

From November 26-28, Oddio will come to life collaborating with chef John Stamatakis to bring a Mediterranean party to town.

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Oddio is returning this weekend with a groovy Greek disco.

From November 26-28, Oddio will come to life collaborating with chef John Stamatakis to bring a Mediterranean party to town.

What began as the hidden gem of Bowden, Oddio is has grown a name for itself as people flock to the revamped 150 year old heritage-listed church.

It’s a multi-purpose winery, cellar door, bar and events space which opens across a weekend about once a month serving up groovy live tunes, amazing wine and yummy food. Each opening, Oddio teams up with a different local restaurant to dish up delicious food as you soak in the charm of the space.

John – who is the founder of Mould Farmer – will be joining Oddio to bring a sunny European celebration to Bowden.

Good time lovers can look forward to delicious Greek cuisine to transport you across the world with vegetarian, vegan and GF options available.

There’s tirokafteri which is roast capsicum and feta dip with pita; deep-fried dolmades which is stuffed vine leaves with tzatziki; marinated vege meze being fried zucchini and eggplant; and loukaniko and hummus which is spiced pork sausage with chickpea and garlic dip.

There’s bigger meals on offer too with whole roast eggplant with tzatziki as well as open lamb gyro. For those who love something a little sweet, there’s agape mou tiramisu – a classic Greek dessert with coffee, honey and walnut praline.

There will be incredible musicians and DJs playing throughout the weekend to soundtrack the vibes.

You can look forward to electronic tunes by Mehdi El-Aquil on Friday from 7:30pm. Meanwhile on Saturday afternoon, Eric Bagnara will be spinning tunes and Bend band will continue the groovy vibes.

On Sunday, Dan Cadwallader will play through the afternoon as well as singer-songwriter and folk rock artist Kaurna Cronin and band into the night.

Co-owner Greg Grigoriou will be serving up his wine label Delinquente and the other half of Oddio, Steven Crawford’s label, Frederick Stevenson. There’ll be a number of craft beers on tap for those wanting an ale as well.

Where else to celebrate the stunning sunny weekend than in a mid 1800’s heritage-listed church brought back to life.

Oddio will be open from November 26-28. It will be open Friday until late, Saturday 3pm-late and Sunday 12pm-9pm.

Check Oddio’s Facebook and Instagram and website to find out the future opening dates for multi-purpose venue.

Catch Oddio at 31 Drayton Street Bowden.

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