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Food Events in Sydney This Week (Monday 22nd of May - Sunday 28th of May)

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The dynamic Pyrmont Festival returns to Pyrmont, showcasing the very best of the Pyrmont Precinct and Mudgee Region, with more than 50 restaurants, wine bars, hotels, winemakers, and artists featured.

A Taste of the Shire brings you the best of Sutherland Shire's restaurants and food providers.

Rouse Hill House and Farm is opening up its gates for a market of handpicked produce from local growers Browse, sample and sip fresh produce in the historic house and gardens of Rouse Hill House and Farm.

The boys with the beards bring their unique all-singing, all-dancing travelling bakery to Campbelltown Arts Centre.

Rainbow Nourishments is a food blog and raw cake business based in Canberra celebrating colourful vegan food.

Well it's that time of year again and with GABS just around the corner, it's time to start shouting about Forest Lodge Hotel's 3rd Annual Inner West vs North Shore showdown.

With equal parts Mr Black, good vodka and specialty coffee, the Espresso Martini is a drink worth celebrating.

Created in 2011, the GABS Beer, Cider and Food Festival is back for 2017 presented by Dan Murphy’s.

In its 31st year, Taste of Manly showcases all that’s great about Manly’s ever evolving food scene.

The annual Blacktown City Festival Streets Alive and Parade Day is back with all of the original favourites and more!

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#Weekly Roundup
Kidtopia Festival, presented by Qantas Assure is a new outdoor event to end the October school holidays with a bang!
6 Oct - 8 Oct
Come along to Celebrate Oktoberfest Aussie Style!
7 Oct
Stop looking for a rocking Pinot Noir experience, you have come to the right place… Bottle Shop Concepts presents PINOT PALOOZA.
8 Oct
Sydney’s biggest celebration of better beer is back with 130 events over 9 days this October.
20 Oct - 29 Oct
The annual Granny Smith Festival celebrates the life and legacy of one of the district’s most famous citizens, Maria Ann Smith - aka Granny Smith - who, back in 1868, ‘accidentally’ grew the first batch of little green apples that bear her name and are now grown all over the world.
21 Oct
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