Sydneysiders have a new al fresco food event to add to their calendars this sunny season as some of the city's best-loved chefs come together for the inaugural EatSummer twilight market.
Helmed by the team at Cambridge Markets (who also run Watsons Bay Spring Market, Rose Bay Farmers Market) and curated by food journalist Elizabeth Meryment, the event will grace the Entertainment Quarter's Heritage Park on Saturday, November 18.
And it's bringing with it a drool-worthy lineup of food, drink and entertainment, headlined by a strong lineup of chefs from restaurants like Lucio's, Ume Burger, Mr Bao, Barzaari, Indu, Lotus and Anason.
A dedicated 'dessert alley' will showcase six of Sydney's finest sweet-focused vendors, to be announced next month. Meanwhile, four themed bars will include a cocktail-slinging pop-up run by local craft gin distillery Archie Rose, to be enjoyed alongside EatSummer's program of live tunes, DJ sets and performances.
More EatSummer dates are planned for the coming months — we'll keep you posted as they're announced.
EatSummer will take place from 3–10pm on November 18, at Heritage Park, Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. Tickets are $10 and available here.