Carriageworks Night Market 2023
A massive 45 stalls from the likes of Bush, Messina, Rockpool, Colombo Social, Ricos Tacos, Cantina OK! and P&V will arrive at Carriageworks for one night.
May 09, 2023
A who's who of Sydney's culinary scene will descend on Carriageworks for one night in June as part of this year's Vivid Food lineup. The Carriageworks Night Market is back on Friday, June 16, bringing a hefty lineup of food and drink stalls curated by the one and only Matt Stone to the expansive Eveleigh space during the yearly winter festival's first-ever dedicated food program.
So, what impressive eats are in store for the one-night pop-up? There will be more than 45 stalls celebrating sustainable hospitality practices and tasty creations from around Sydney. A few choice selections include a native-heavy menu from Bush, a one-off selection of tacos from Ricos Tacos centred around sustainable wild game, and a Messina stall serving apple galette made from rescued apples.
That is truly just scratching the surface of this impressive bill that also includes stalls and limited-edition menus from OzHarvest, Rockpool, Porcine, Queen Chow, Spice Temple, Sake, Three Blue Ducks, Jimmy's Falafel, Colombo Social, Anason, Kepos St Kitchen and Rising Sun Workshop. Wow.
If all of that wasn't enough, there will be producers on site showcasing their wares including LP's Quality Meats, Bondi Oysters and La Bastide. And if you want to get a little boozy, you're in luck, with pop-up bars from Brix Distillers, Cantina OK!, Re-, Jacoby's, Archie Rose, Atomic Beer Project, Yulli's Brews, Wildflower, Grifter and P&V all taking part in the market.
"We hope visitors will come away with a renewed understanding of the wider environmental impact of their food choices and an appreciation for the small positive changes that contribute to a more sustainable future," says Stone.
Entry is $15 — a small price to pay for access to so many of Sydney's top restaurants and bars in the one spot.
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