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Taste of the Beaches 2022

Pop-ups on the sand, food truck parties and craft brews aplenty — they're all a part of this northern beaches food festival.
By Sarah Ward
May 02, 2022
By Sarah Ward
May 02, 2022

The month-long foodie festival Taste of the Beaches has returned this year, encouraging Sydneysiders to eat, sip and be merry by the beach.

For the whole month of May — kicking off on Saturday, April 30 — the entire northern beaches region is getting in on the action, spanning an exciting array of restaurants, cafes and food outlets in the area. The lineup includes pop-ups on the sand, food truck parties and craft brews, as well as a whole heap of different dining experiences, which means that Sydneysiders can choose their own path through the multi-suburb event.

Be sure not to miss the Food Truck Party at Winnererremy Bay which will be happening only once on Saturday, May 21. Grab some mates and a picnic blanket and enjoy some delicious eats from an amazing range of local food trucks.

Also on the agenda, Manly Oval will be looking a little different on May 28-29 with the Taste of Manly taking place. This event will bring together all your favourite local Northern Beaches restaurants, cafes, brewers, distilleries and wineries in one spot. Plus, you will get to check out local talent with live music setting the vibe.

And, from the list of special dining options, you can head to The Cumberland for an organic l'artican raclette night, and taste your way through five regions of Italy at Pizza at Yours. Head to Market Lane for paella and mulled wine at Spanish Sunsets, learn how to make your own non-alcoholic cocktail at Seadrift Distillery and sample some hot wings and tins at the Tinnie Masterclass.


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