MAFS: Brent Vitiello and Al Perkins go for a late-night feed in Bondi Beach

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Boys will be boys! Boisterous MAFS grooms Brent Vitiello and Al Perkins go for a late-night feed in Bondi Beach after their marriages ended in disaster

They may not have found love with their ‘wives’ on Married At First Sight.

But Brent Vitiello and Al Perkins certainly seem to have formed a lasting friendship after meeting on Nine’s social experiment.

The grooms put on a lively display as they went out for a late-night dinner in Sydney’s Bondi Beach last Tuesday.

Here come the lads! Boisterous MAFS grooms Brent Vitiello (left) and Al Perkins (right) went for a late-night feed in Sydney's Bondi Beach after their marriages ended in disaster

Here come the lads! Boisterous MAFS grooms Brent Vitiello (left) and Al Perkins (right) went for a late-night feed in Sydney’s Bondi Beach after their marriages ended in disaster

Party boy Al, 25, wrapped his arms around his mate as they arrived at the restaurant.

The carpenter kept things casual in a grey T-shirt, navy shorts and white sneakers, and completed his look with a backwards-facing cap.

Meanwhile, hospitality manager Brent, 34, opted for a black tee, cropped white pants and designer slides.

The boys are back in town: The grooms dressed casually for dinner in the beachside suburb

The boys are back in town: The grooms dressed casually for dinner in the beachside suburb

Al was paired with fashion brand manager Samantha Moitzi on MAFS, but things fell apart because she felt he wasn’t mature enough for her.

Brent was unsuccessfully matched with operations manager Tamara Djordjevic, who spent most of the series belittling him for working in hospitality.

She even dismissed him as a ‘waiter’ at one stage, even though he manages high-end Sydney venues for a living.

Pals: They may not have found love with their'wives' on MAFS, but Brent and Al certainly seem to have formed a lasting friendship

Pals: They may not have found love with their ‘wives’ on MAFS, but Brent and Al certainly seem to have formed a lasting friendship

Laid-back look: Party boy Al, 25, (left) kept things casual in a grey T-shirt, navy shorts and white sneakers, and completed his look with a backwards-facing cap

Laid-back look: Party boy Al, 25, (left) kept things casual in a grey T-shirt, navy shorts and white sneakers, and completed his look with a backwards-facing cap

Man about town: Brent, 34, opted for a black tee, cropped white pants and designer slides

Man about town: Brent, 34, opted for a black tee, cropped white pants and designer slides

Married At First Sight was a ratings smash for Channel Nine this season, regularly drawing one million metro viewers per episode.

It routinely doubled the audience of Channel 10’s Australian Survivor and had about triple the viewership of Seven’s struggling SAS Australia.

With BVOD catch-up numbers and regional figures taken into consideration, MAFS often drew more than two million viewers per night.

Overnight celebrities: Married At First Sight was a ratings smash for Channel Nine this season, regularly drawing one million metro viewers per episode

Overnight celebrities: Married At First Sight was a ratings smash for Channel Nine this season, regularly drawing one million metro viewers per episode

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