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A rotating lineup of great restaurants & fun activities
Images - Melbourne Street Eatz
With the weather heading towards good times (though this is Melbourne remember) and the festive season on the way, a Street Eatz event/s seems the perfect reason to shake off the winter hibernation and start walking headlong into celebrating better weather and the festive season upcoming. Tis the season after all!
Exciting news for those who live around Narre Warren, as they're getting their very first ever Street Eatz's Food Festival. Put both event dates (Narre Warren & Elwood) in your diary and keep up with the good times. Melbourne Street Eatz run events all the time, so keep in touch and updated via their Facebook page.
Narre Warren 21-25 Nov 2018 Max Pawsey Reserve, Magid Dve, Narre Warren Wed-Fri 4-10pm & Sat-Sun 12-10pm
First timers, and landing with a bang, there's a whole 5 days of festival to look forward to. No complaints about a rotating line-up of the greatest restaurants on wheels, as that means you'll have to go back every day to check out what's cookin' and from whom. Give yourselves 5 days off from cooking dinner; coz you're worth it! What's more, you can head over to the Elwood event when you're done, in December, and enjoy it all over again!
Elwood 5-9 Dec 2018 Elwood park, Ormond Esplanade, Elwood
Thu-Fri 4-10pm & Sat-Sun 12-10pm
By now, you've got the drill about these Steet Eatz events! It's fun, it's filled with community and good food, and all you need to do is bring your smile on, and have a good time away from the kitchen and dirty dishes.
Elwood will have the same rotating lineup of great eateries like Pasta Face, Greek Street Food, Loaded Gourmet Hotdogs, a few repeat vendors from Narre Warren and again, a whole heap more. The rest of the cooking demos and live entertainment is just a bonus. Kids will again have fun with activities, carny rides, petting zoos and more, while perhaps adults join the eating comps! Both events are pooch friendly.