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A market with a difference - excellent food available
Curated by acclaimed chefs and founders of Porteno, Ben Milgate and Elvis Abrahanowicz, the Carriageworks Night Market returns this winter.
There will be 55 leading Sydney restaurants, bars and producers who will present menus inspired by the theme of Burning Love. For this, they will be using smoke and spice, slow-cooking, heat and flame - all to showcase locally-sourced seasonal produce.
The market will also feature live music and cooking demonstrations, and all hand-picked by Ben and Elvis. The Night Market will be on 27th July, 2018 from 5.00 pm until 10.00 pm. It will be held at 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh.
Chef and Producer Demonstrations The Chef and producer demonstrations will be by Ben Milgate and Elvis Abrahanowicz; Dwayne Bannon-Harrison from Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness; and Stephen Hodges & John Susman
Live Music Featured will be: The Van Demons, JD and the Hunger Men and DJ Ben Hay
Tickets will be $10 each plus booking fee and you can get your tickets here. Children under 12 are admitted FREE.
There will be a huge line up of stalls here and these include the following:
Alpha Restaurant, Continental Deli & Bistro, Belle's Hot Chicken, Billy Kwong, Bodega 1904, Brickfields, Buffalo Dining Club, Chat Thai, Fishtales, Flour Eggs Water, Fratelli Paradiso & 10 William St, Gelato Messina, Kepos Street Kitchen, Le Coq Healthy Rotisserie, Mamak Haymarket, Marta, Mirritya Mundya, Monty Koludrovic, No.1 Bent Street, Ormeggio, Paper Bird Potts Point, Pepe Saya, PorteĆ±o Sydney, Rising Sun Workshop, Rocker, Romeo's Fine Food, Saga Enmore, Spice Temple, The Pines Kiama, Three Blue Ducks, and Via Napoli Pizzeria
Some of the things that will be served include:
Gelato Messina will be serving full pineapples cooked and caramelised on a spit, broken down and served with Argentinian dulce de leche and fior di latte gelato.
- Lucinda and Flavio of MARTA Osteria will have Burning Love that is full of delicious Roman flavours: Polpette and Polenta (with veal meatballs), Bianca Romanna with Pomodoro and Olive, and Gnocchi Fritti.
They will be also serving unique Lazio wines handpicked by Flavio on his last trip to Italy in April, which in Australia are exclusive to MARTA.
Archie Rose Distilling Co., Batch Brewing Company, Black Market Sake, Demoiselle Distillery, Earl's Juke Joint, Giorgio De Maria Fun Wines, Jacoby's Tiki Bar, Jed Wines, Jilly Wines, P&V Wine Liquor, Poor Toms Gin, PS40, Regal Rogue, Seedlip Drinks, The Grifter Brewing Company, Wild Kombucha by Ballsy, Wildflower Brewing & Blending, WyNo Bar and Shop, Young Henrys, and Yulli's Brews
- PS40 will be bringing their beautiful remixed cocktails to the Night Market. Take your pick from:
Tonic Basil Smash: Citadelle Gin, PS Bush Tonic, Lemon Basil; Dark 'n' Stormy: Plantation OD Rum, PS Blackstrap Ginger, Lime Bitters; Lynchburg Lemonade: Pierre Ferrand Cognac, Pierre Ferrand Curacao, PS Smoked Lemonade Rosemary; Pina Libre: Plantation Pineapple Rum, PS Wattle Cola Lime; O Proof Paloma: Seedlip Spice, PS Grapefruit Gentian, Smoked Salt Grapefruit Shrub.
- Marrickville brewers, Wildflower Brewing & Blending will be pouring 3 delicious beers at the Night Market. You can taste a Gold or Amber Barrel aged Australian Wild Ale, or check out the incredible flavours of their Keen as Mustard: Five Grain Australian Wild Ale.
National Indigenous Culinary Institute, OzHarvest Market and Two Good Co.
You can look at more of the people who will be at this market here.
Carriageworks produces and presents a multi-disciplinary program that looks into contemporary ideas and issues. They do this by working with local and international artists from a range of cultures and different communities.
They are situated at Eveleigh Rail Yards, Wilson Street. This is located within the Redfern - Waterloo precinct and has been developed by the NSW State Government through Arts NSW.
The very distinctive 19th-century industrial atmosphere of the former railway carriage and blacksmith workshops have been retained. There were many heritage iron and brick features in the regeneration of this building.
Do make an effort to come to these unusual markets - you are sure to get a good meal!