Sweet Street Dessert Festival

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Cakes and pastries.
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Time Out says

Sydney’s dessert masterminds are banding together for sugar-coated festival

Pastry chef Anna Polyviou will be inducing sugar comas at her dessert festival, Sweet Street, for a fifth year in June. This one-night celebration of wickard treats serves up exciting desserts from Sydney’s renowned pâtissiers. Newtown’s Black Star Pastry will share some sugar-love, along with a rainbow of macaroons from MakMak, the fluffiest cheesecake from Uncle Tetsu, Adriano Zumbo’s funky French pastries and more elegant cakes from Petal Met Sugar.

Attendees can meet the creators behind these dessert destinations, taste new treats and enjoy some equally sweet entertainment. There’s going to be arcade games, break-dancers, rappers, a DJ, live graffiti art, a dessert eating competition and prizes to be won.

For easy access to the treats, your ticket includes tokens that are redeemable at any stall. And if you want a sticky-beak into Polyviou’s sweet world, you can purchase a VIP pass that includes a signed copy of her new cookbook. Sweet-tooths will be sure to leave on a satisfying sugar high.  


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