Snap out of lockdown with this food truck festival by the Yarra.
It wasn’t the best of starts for Melbourne’s Street Eatz event by the Yarra.
One day after opening they had to shut up shop and the food trucks had to go home. But now that Melbourne’s snap five-day lockdown has ended, they are back by the water for another phenomenal season which will include Labour Day and the Easter weekend.
Thursday 18 February will be the date that Street Eatz reopens and they’re doing so with a bang. Andy Murphy and Gaz Kempster will be on the ones and twos spinning tunes for those that won’t have their eyes glued to the big screen watching all the tennis action.
With food trucks parking up every week and repping street eats from around the world as well as sweet and savoury comfort food from home, this Street Eatz edition is going to be major.
But then we hear that to help you wash down all the food, Street Eatz is serving up bottomless booze packages where you can (responsibly) drink all the drink you can in two hours.
The bottomless booze packages are for select dates and times, which you can see and reserve here, but includes cocktails, cocktails jugs, wine, beer, cider and spirits. It might have been easier to say everything and that they cost $69 per person.
Running every day until it closes on 5 April, Melbourne’s Street Eatz is open from 11am to 11pm. So that’s brunch, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner and almost your midnight snacks sorted.
You can find Melbourne’s Street Eatz at 1 Convention Place, South Wharf.
For more info, see the website.