A festival dedicated to baked goods is coming to Summer Hill
Summer Hill is feeling a bit nostalgic for the days when grains were ground in the Mungo Scott flour mill from the '20s until the early thousands. Now that area has been redeveloped into a fancy residential precinct, in honour of its hard-working history they are hosting a one-day festival dedicated to all things baked and delicious. We're talking Sydney's best bread, pastry, biscuits, pasta, and beer– if it's made from grains, they're into it.
The Grains Festival will feature stalls from Knafeh for some sweet, cheesey Jerusalem street food, Sonoma, Brickfields, Brooklyn Boy Bagels, Brasserie Bread, the Bread and Butter Project, Adamo's Pasta, Pepe Saya, Alfamores, Baked by Keiran, Farm Wholefoods, Goodbye Horses, local bar Temperance Society, Moulin Cafe, and the Lewisham P&C.
Plus there'll be drinks stands from Young Henrys, Cake Wines, The Grifter Brewing Company and Capital Brewing Co.
If you hibernated through the low-carb craze, now is the time to really let your love of baked goods shine because bread is back in fashion and having it's own festival proves it.