The Sydney CBD and surrounds will come alive on December 3 for Sydney’s Open for Long Lunch. Held across four locations, including Parramatta and the Sydney CBD, guests can enjoy food from celebrity chefs such as Kylie Kwong and Luke Mangan, as well as entertainment.
The initiative, headed up by the NSW Government, is aimed at revitalising the city’s economy and hospitality industry.
“I can’t wait for Sydney’s Open for Lunch to get our amazing city pumping again. We are so lucky to have incredibly talented chefs and restaurateurs with so many different offerings across Sydney involved in this event, so it’s time for Sydneysiders to show their support and appreciation for a scene that is sought after internationally,” said Mr Mangan.
Some of the highlights include a long table luncheon and a three-course plated meal for 600 diners on George Street, with entertainment from Josh Pyke and more.
In Parramatta Square, Ruse Bar and Brasserie, CicciaBella and LilyMu will serve a three-course meal created by guest chef Andrew Levins.
Kylie Kwong will curate the menu for the South Eveleigh precinct in the city’s Inner West and YCK Laneways will have a long-table luncheon at Barrack Street featuring a Japanese-inspired progressive lunch.
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