Taste of Manly
Time Out says
Head to the beach to sample local wine, beer and food at this weekend festival
If you like your beaches and streets overflowing with food and booze, you’ll want to be in Manly at the end of May. For 33 years, Taste of Manly has been enticing locals and visitors to the Northern Beaches ’burb to sample food from neighbourhood eateries and Australian wineries and breweries. There’s also local musicians pumping out a live soundtrack across multiple stages. The festival sees upwards of 80,000 hungry gastronomes take over the beachfront and pedestrian Corso at this annual celebration of flavour.
They’re yet to announce the pop-up street menu, but at previous festivals we’ve enjoyed Braza Churrascaria’s blazing Brazilian barbecue and quirky Japanese-inspired dishes from Daniel San. Dinner will be paired with drops and draughts from some of the country’s finest wine producers and local breweries.
Entry is free, but you’ll want to bring spending money to taste every section of the feast over weekend.