Taste of Manly is making its full return since COVID-19 impacted events across the globe. Locals and visitors are being welcomed back with a new look and experience. Changes to the layout include fencing the entire site to make it easier for people moving in and around Manly, wanting to get to the beach and creating a safer, fun space for the event.
Backdropped by Manly’s iconic beachfront and centred around the pulsing heart of The Corso, Taste of Manly will spotlight incredible local restaurants, scrumptious Australian fine wines, delicious distilleries and a plethora of local breweries.
The Manly streets will come alive with the sounds of local bands and musicians performing live on the Beachfront stage with plenty to see, do and eat.
Attendees will enjoy two days of food and fun, located just a hop skip and jump from Circular Quay via Manly Ferries and Watsons Bay via the Ferryhopper service.
Those wishing to attend can purchase a re-useable stemless glass for $10 upon entry*, with tastings $6. Food stall holders have their own prices so guests can tap and go.
Northern Beaches interim CEO Louise Kerr urged everyone to come along to one of the region’s best ‘foodie’ events.
“We’re very proud to present this vibrant line-up of local restaurants, brewers and distillers along with Australian wine producers who pride themselves on their world class product. Food lovers of all hues will be captivated by the mouth-watering delights on offer at this year’s Taste of Manly.
“There is a great line up of live music across our outdoor stages with DJs and buskers also programmed to keep everyone entertained while they enjoy something tasty from one of our local restaurants and eateries,” Ms Kerr said.
This year Taste of Manly features flavours from across the globe including; Brazilian, Turkish, Vietnamese, Mexican, Spanish and German cuisine served up alongside modern Australian and scrumptious seafood.
They will be served up by the likes of The Herring Room, Ruby Lane Wholefoods, Mex and Co, Wharf Bar Manly Beach, Little Viet Kitchen, Gelato Messina and Fins and Ribs.
Delicious beverages will flow from Goodradigbee and Hang Ten Distilleries as well as local heroes Manly Spirits. Cold and frothy craft beers from breweries including, 4 Pines Brewing Co., 7th Day Brewery Co., Bucketty’s Brewing Co, Freshwater Brewing Co, Dad & Dave’s Brewing, Quakers Hat Brewing, Nomad Brewing Co and Surfcraft Brewing. There will also be wineries from across Australia including, Allandale Winery, Little Ripples, Peterson House, Petersons Wines, Savannah Estate, Tulloch Wines and Wild Ren Wines.
Once again Taste of Manly is free of single-use plastics. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own reusable water bottle and fill up at one of the many water stations. For full event details, including a list of all stallholders, transport options and information, visit the Taste of Manly website.
Media release provided by Northern Beaches Council, 27th April 2023