If you thought Sydney's Tramsheds had squeezed in all the foodie goodness it could possibly fit, then you'd better think again. The folks behind the huge Harold Park development are launching a new weekly indoor growers market in Artisan Lane, a flexi-space at the heart of the foodie precinct.
The markets are run in collaboration with Bodega 1904 (a restaurant inside the precinct, from the folks behind Porteño and Bodega), so expect a heap of Spanish-inflected produce and plenty of vino. Among the twelve local vendors holding stalls each week will be inner west favourites Annandale Honey, Jodie McGregor flowers, Ladies Who Jam and Gelato Messina (of course). Proceeds from vendor stall fees will be donated to a different charity each week.
During the markets, which will run from 8am to 2pm every Sunday, there'll also be a host of workshops and masterclasses taking place. Learn about wine (and sip plenty of it), chat to cheesemakers, chefs, authors and — even — mushroom suppliers. Yep, Fungi Co will host seminars and give out DIY mushroom kits so you can fill your garden (or window sill) with plenty of fungi.
While you're there, check out one of the restaurants inside the precinct — you'll find everything from spicy fried chicken to freshly baked bread and boudin noir.