Sometimes, one festival just isn't enough. As ace as the Teneriffe Festival is, the festival within the festival is one of its biggest drawcards. That'd be the Pork, Fork & Cork Festival, Part IV, and its annual ode to tasty food and beverages. As the name suggests, this is the street party's fourth year, which means they've perfected the art of eating, drinking and being merry.
Festival mainstays Alfred & Constance, Alfredo’s Pizzeria, Chester Street Bakery, Kwan Brothers and Limes Hotel are all part of the fun, showcasing savoury sensations, specialty cocktails and all-ages milkshakes. They're joined by the Doughnut Time caravan, which means ample parcels of sweet pasty goodness that no one can resist.
Newcomer Little Wick Winery will also pop up, and if you don't know who they are now, you won't be able to forget afterwards. The festival marks the first public unveiling of their venture, Queensland's first urban winery. Now that's something to sip and savour — and to keep talking about afterwards. You can do just that at one of the two official afterparties, on the rooftop at Limes Hotel and inside the walls of Alfred & Constance — where else?