Hold onto your paper plates, Sydney — there's another Night Market coming to Carriageworks. This time it will celebrate both the height of Sydney summer and Australian native ingredients and Indigenous culture, which is the theme of this year's market.
A slew of 60-plus stallholders will take over the carriageway from 5pm on Friday, February 9. You can expect to once again sample goods from New South Wales' top tier of restaurants, winemakers, breweries and providores, alongside cooking demos, live music and the unveiling of a new artwork produced by female artists from Yarrenyty Arltere Artists.
Menu highlights curated by Kylie Kwong will include kangaroo empanadas by Danielle Alvarez at Fred's, crab and avo on toast from Paper Bird, Bruny Island wallaby skewers by Three Blue Ducks, and kangaroo bolognese toasties and prawn doughnuts from Biota. Plus, an old-fashioned vanilla sponge from Flour and Stone will be available for dessert, beer will be supplied by Marrickville's Wildflower and cocktails will be mixed by Archie Rose, Poor Toms Gin and PS40.
Tickets are $10 — head to the Carriageworks website to book ahead.