Fighting Fire With Fire

Fighting Fire with Fire is an event to raise funds to assist people and their communities directly affected by the fires.

About this Event

We are all deeply saddened and shocked by the devastating and tragic fires currently ravaging our country. It’s with great disbelief that we even begin to imagine the hardship these communities are going through having lost their homes, land, livestock and at worst, family members.

In true Porteño style, we’re Fighting Fire with Fire, hosting a feast at our original Cleveland Street event space. As with many restaurants, we have an incredibly close affiliation with our land, and the bounty it provides us in the food we are able to serve you. These fires have affected many of our suppliers, their friends, their family, their communities, all those whom help us bring food to your table each night.

We’re getting everyone together for one last Hoorah. Adan, Ben and Elvis along with their team of chefs on the Asado and Parilla. Joe, Sarah, Rachael and Adam keeping the drinks flowing.

So please assist in raising funds by joining us for one of the last dinners at our iconic Cleveland Street Location. ALL proceeds will go to Charities supporting those whom need it most.


Tickets $185 per person including drinks + booking fee (all proceeds will be donated)

6.30pm, Monday 13 January 2020

Casa Porteno, 358 Cleveland Street Surry Hills



Special mention to these legends and friends for their generosity and support towards the event, Fighting Fire with Fire:

Origin Meats, Sydney Direct Fresh Produce, Game Farm, Nicholas Seafood, Vic’s Meat, LP’s Quality Meats, Diageo, Riedel Australia, Jed Wines, Negotiants, Winestock, Frankly Bob Wines, Renzaglia Wines, Jilly Wines, Franc About Wine, Puncheon Bottles, Sample Coffee, Mallaluka Wines, Ciccone and Sons, M Chapoutier, She Touched My Arm (flowers), A&H Salon, Commune of Buttons, Linnaea, Dormilona, Ravensworth, Express Winemakers

If you are unable to attend but would like to donate, below are some links with more information:






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