The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month presented by Citi
Get excited about Good Food Month 2015
Good Food Month runs from October 1 - October 31, 2015
Night Noodle Markets run from October 8 - October 25, 2015
The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month presented by Citi, part of Australia’s largest food Festival is back for 2015. Last year Sydney Good Food Month had over 450 individual event listings across NSW and more than 1 million people attended events across October.
This month-long celebration is here to showcase what is most exciting about our world-class food and wine scene, vibrant culinary diversity and fantastic local produce. We encourage the best Sydney venues and regional restaurants, cafes, bars and producers to showcase what they do best in a series of venue-based events including, Let’s Do Lunch, Hats Off Dinners, Bar Hop and more. Plus, a host of NEW events such as, Food For Good, Eat the City, Café Collective, Cooking with Fire, Sugar Rush and more.
Good Food Month Registrations Now Open
Registrations are now open for 2015. Here to celebrate all that is incredible about Sydney's wonderful culture and food, we are encouraging all cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs to participate.
We are introducing a refresh to Good Food Month this year with new category headings, new concepts and new ideas.
We would love for you to be part of the program – so get those thinking caps on and start doing what you do best! For more information and details on how to register click below.
Night Noodle Markets Registrations Now Open
From October 8 - 25 for 18 glorious nights of Good Food Month, Sydney's idyllic, much loved Hyde Park will be transformed into an Asian hawker-style market at our Sydney Night Noodle Markets. Complete with more than 40 food stalls, a selection of bars and nightly entertainment, this year is set to be bigger and better than ever before.
Click here to find out more on how to register your interest.
Click here to check out what the 2014 program had on offer.
"Good Food Month isn't just a reflection of what's happening in our diverse and delicious city but a nod to food on a global scale. I'm very proud to be involved in creating this year's festival program. Bring it on." NSW Good Food Month Creative Director and NSW Good Food Guide Editor, Myffy Rigby.
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