Vivid Sydney kicks off this week, and while you're planning which talks to see, figuring out where to catch a glimpse of the lights and checking which gigs still have tickets going, you're probably figuring out a strategic drinking and dining plan too. The bulk of the light installations will again be set up around Circular Quay, which, with the addition of the Gateway dining precinct, has a much richer food situation this year with Chat Thai, Popina, Messina and an actually decent food court. And just to ensure you don't go hungry, a market dedicated entirely to desserts will also run for three nights of the festival.
Setting up shop in the Overseas Passenger Terminal, the Milk 'n' Sugar market will be on-hand for revellers craving something sweet for the first weekend of Vivid. Opening up from 6pm on May 26, 27 and 28, the market will be hocking Brooklyn Boy Bagels' cinnamon scrolls, deep-fried Oreo bites from Kayter Co, Nutie's gluten-free doughnuts, Nutella s'mores, kurtosh ice cream cones and more. You should probably skip dinner.
As well as coinciding with Vivid, the market will also run alongside the Mr Black Espresso Martini Festival, which is also happening in the Overseas Passenger Terminal this weekend. Plan your movements right and you could fit it all in on one day.
The Milk 'n' Sugar market will take place in the Overseas Passenger Terminal, Circular Quay on May 26–28 from 6–11pm.
WHEN: Friday May 26th to Sunday May 29th 6pm - 11pm
WHERE: Overseas Passenger Terminal, Circular Quay, Sydney
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