There are so many good events coming up in the city and they all look fun and yummy! Isn't that always the best combination? March is Eat Drink Perth Month in the city and that sounds right up my alley!
First of all, every Friday in March there will be Twilight Hawker Markets in the Murray Street Mall. These markets will hold lots of different types of food and there will also be plenty of entertainment to enjoy while feasting. Perfect oppurtunity to grab something after work on a Friday night!
If you want to see more information you can go to the Show Me Perth website - http://www.showmeperth.com.au/event/twilight-hawker-market
This is a feature of Eat Drink Perth which is running all March in the City of Perth. The program gets released on Sunday in the Sunday Times but you can also go on their website http://www.eatdrinkperth.com.au/ for more information or click here for a sneak peek! In previous years there have been specials on at lots of restaurants in the city and if you're lucky, some freebies! Freebies like a free main course at Black Tom's in West Perth! Click here for the details
Coming up is also the William Street Festival being held on Sunday 20th March. This will be similar to the Beaufort Street Festival held late last year. They will be closing the roads between Brisbane and Newcastle Street and providing free entertainment including dance, contemporary music and comedy, as well as roving performers and artisitc displays. There will also be plenty of food on offer from the restaurants in that area. It will be interesting to see how this turns out!!
Of course there is also the International Beer Festival this weekend at the SUpreme Court Gardens. I will be very interested in how the logistics of this years festival work out after the cock-ups in previous years.
Last of all, there is the Fine Food Festival at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on the 20th to 22nd of March. M has a connection to the food industry so he will be there and I am going to go on my lunch break one day. There will be lots of different food stalls but also exhibitions about cooking equipment. Go to http://www.finefoodwesternaustralia.com.au/ if you want more info!