A new weekend foodie market in Brisbane's north.
January 23, 2019
When March rolls around, Brisbane won't just have welcomed one major new night market for 2019. It'll also become home to another fresh addition. The second debutant for the year is heading to the city's north, will happen every Friday and Saturday night, and will serve up plenty of food.
Created by caterer Tom Burke, BITE Markets has its sights set on your stomach — and it'll have 40 'flavour makers' on its lineup to keep your hunger in check. Fancy German street food? Sweet treats in the form of brownies, doughnuts, churros and poffertjes? Dumplings, momo, gozleme, paella and Japanese eats? They're all on the menu, with the likes of Mitte Berlin Street Food, Don Quijote Paella and Tapas, Tibetan Momo Café, Donut Kitchen, Mister Churros, Mr Bunz, Zoe's Brownies and Mocktail Madness coming to North Harbour to sling their wares.
A shipping container setup like Hamilton's Eat Street — complete with landscaping and a dining precinct — BITE Markets will showcase local talents, so prepare to feast on meals whipped up by the best producers, food creators and artisans in the area.
Kicking off across Friday, March 1 and Saturday, March 2 from 4–10pm each day, then returning every weekend, the huge foodie gathering will call a patch of Nolan Drive in Morayfield home. Entry will cost $3 for adults, and for those driving north, there's more than 600 car parks onsite.