Good Food Month Sydney

Good Food Month Sydney

The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month presented by Citi, part of Australia’s largest food Festival, is back again in October. This month-long celebration will showcase the best Sydney and regional restaurants, cafes, bars and producers with a series of venue-based events and offers. 

And of course it wouldn't be a party without our attendance.

Pie 'n Pale

This October, Coopers Pie 'n Pale is back as part of this year's Good Pub Food. 

Using our Coopers Pie 'n Pale app, you'll be able to track down all the participating venues offering delicious, freshly cooked pies served up with a Coopers Original Pale Ale. 

And better yet, it’ll set you back a measly $25!

At the end of the month, 3 Pie 'n Pale Challenge Finalists will be selected by Matt Kirkegaard, our Pie 'n Pale blogger, with one of the finalists ultimately being crowed the best Pie 'n Pale in the city!

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Night Noodle Markets & Coopers Beer Garden

With all the colour, sounds and smells of an Asian hawker market plus the buzz, hype and vibe of a huge outdoor festival, the Night Noodle Markets are back for 2014 with a record 50 food stalls.

You can find the famous Coopers Beer Garden up and running from the 10th-26th October for 16 nights during the month, as Sydney's iconic Hyde Park plays host to a selection of the best Asian street food that Sydney has to offer.

Whether you’re meeting friends after work, on a family outing or just looking to soak up the atmosphere and graze your way to a different part of Asia every night, the Night Noodle Markets in Hyde Park are the place to be this October.

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Let's do Lunch

Somebodies always saying “Let’s do lunch”, but when Sydney and regional New South Wales' leading restaurants combine to deliver a set-lunch-menu that includes multiple courses and a glass of ice cold Coopers as part of Good Food Month, it’s tough to say no.

And for only $38 per person, the ‘Let’s do Lunch’ event shouldn’t be missed. 

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