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A new monthly evening street food market is set to open in Bangalow on February 5.

Organisers say Eat Street will bring together the best of the region’s chefs, artisan food and drink makers, musicians and locals for a night of feasting and celebration.

Lucy and Cooper enjoy an ice cream from Wal Foster, with Eat Street organisers Kirrily Sinclair and Kate Walsh. Photo Eve Jeffery

‘We are already so excited about the response to the market, with incredible local foodies approaching us’, organisers Kate Walsh and Kirrily Sinclair said.  

‘We are looking to have stalls by amazing local chefs and artisan food and drink makers that are also connected to our local farmers’.

They say the aim of the market ‘is to connect eaters with local chefs and artisans that are using the best produce our region has to offer’.

‘You’ll see all your favourite food in one place – tacos, burgers, barbecue, dumplings, ice creams and more. There will be plenty of healthy dinner offerings for the kids, and a dedicated craft corner and face painting to keep them occupied.

‘Most importantly, it will be a monthly celebration of our region, and a place for our community to gather and feast!’

The market will be held on the first Friday of every month at the Bangalow Primary School, from 5 till 9pm. 

Kate adds that stallholders are welcome to apply. ‘We are anticipating around 20–30 stallholders and we are getting some pretty amazing people, so we are really excited’. 

For more information, call Kate on 0423 138 357 or email [email protected]


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