Summer Hill Neighbourhood Feast 2018
Monday, 24 September 2018
Summer Hill is once again hosting the Neighbourhood Feast, an annual celebration of the area’s rich food cultures.
The street festival features food and refreshments served up by local businesses, with diners choosing from an eclectic range of cuisines including Middle Eastern, Italian, Vietnamese, Greek, Thai, Nepalese, Mediterranean modern Australian and more.
Inner West Mayor Darcy Byrne said that he was looking forward to sampling the food on offer.
“The Inner West is the birthplace of multiculturalism in Australia, and our cultures really shine through their food,” he said. “The Feast is a great opportunity to get out, meet your neighbours, try some amazing food and have fun with the family.”
Local establishments Andiamo Trattoria, Summer Hill Hotel, The Rio and The Temperance Society are back with a pop up bar, offering a selection of wine, craft beers and delicious cocktails.
Family fun is also available at the Kid’s Play Park, where children can explore the Australian Wildlife Displays show, jumping castle, play Garden Games and receive temporary tattoos.
Event-goers will also be treated to live entertainment from local musicians, dance troupes, local buskers and the annual pizza eating competition, while the Bower Reuse and Repair Café will be repairing small electrical appliances through the event day.
Located in the Inner West, Summer Hill is known for its village atmosphere and wide array of contemporary restaurants, cafés, and small bars.
10:00am - Donna Jean’s Danceforce
10:30am - The EARTHBEATS Band
11:20am - Mary Heart Band
11:00am - Master Tiger
12:30pm - OFFICIAL WELCOME
1:15pm - Sydney Dance Rhythms
2:00pm - Andiamo Trattoria’s Pizza Eating Competition
2:20pm - Mary Heart Band
3:15pm - Frogwash
Fresh Bites Stage
10:00am - Dovetale
10:40am - Zoe Van Allen
11:20am -Pearl Herbert
12:00pm - Asphodel Trio
12:40pm - Close to the Sun
1:20pm - William Rue
Summer Hill Neighbourhood Feast will take place on Lackey Street, Summer Hill on Sunday, 7 October, 10am – 4pm.