Archie Rose, Big Papa’s and more for Marrickville’s weekend food circus (Sydney)

Across three days in November Sydney’s inner-west hub of Marrickville will play host to communal festival Street Food Circus, a forward thinking collective who have tapped into some of the city’s very best to create a pop-up mix of artisan food traders, craft beer, wine, vinyl DJs, and live music. They have looked far and wide too, bringing some of Western Sydney’s favourites – like burger truck Big Papa’s (usually found near Doonside) – to play with some of the usual suspects, making for a mobile line-up that will offer a huge variety of food and drink while tunes help push the vibe along.

Street Food Circus will kick off on Friday 25th November and run through till Sunday 27th November. Other food vendors on board so far include Italian crew Fritto + Co who will be scooting over from Castle Hill, regular favs Let’s Do Yum Cha, health-focused Agape Organic who will be offering “feel good fast food” like pizza, brownies, nachos, and pudding, and Vietnamese BBQ-ers Saigon Summer. Sliding from savoury to sweet you’ll get the likes of newbies Torch Me Brulee, Donut Dealers, and locals Over The Moo who will be collaborating with Waffles & Dom (think dairy free ice cream with waffles).

While the event’s foodie game will be on god mode all weekend, the team behind Street Food Circus have paid just as much attention to the drinks, calling on locals Archie Rose who will be manning a cocktail shack over the weekend, while craft brews will come at your from Mountain Goat.

Rolling Records – Sydney’s epic vinyl record truck – will be pulling up so you sift through their collection, no doubt after getting inspired from some of the local vinyl DJs that’ll be spinning inside the “big top”.

Street Food Circus

Where: Fraser Park, Marrickville.
When: November 25th and 26 from 4pm; 27th from 12pm.
Tickets: HERE.

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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is an Editor-At-Large at the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.

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