Christmas ‘Eat Drink Play’ Pop-Up Heading To Barwon Park

Have you been to one of the Eat Drink Play weekend food truck events hosted by Randwick City Council? On the weekend before Christmas, this pop-up is heading to the gorgeous open air space at Barwon Park on Franklin Street and will feature seven eateries.

Happening from 17 Dec to 20 Dec 2020, the Christmas Eat Drink Play will bring a variety of sweet and savoury treats to delight your taste buds. The stores will begin trading from 4:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, and from noontime to 10:00 p.m. from Friday to Sunday. 

The Council has rounded up the following food truck participants for the last weekend before Christmas: 


BarbiCrew offers authentic Brazilian fire-roaste meats, sauges, seafood and veggies or vegan dishes. This eatery has been around Sydney for a decade and managed by two Brazilian-born entrepreneurs. 

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Ben & Jerry’s

Who can say no to a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream? Their food truck is going to be at Barwon Park as well because you’ll need something cold and sweet when you’re out in the summer heat. 

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Happy as Larry Pizza Truck

Happy as Larry Pizza Truck is a regular at this pop-up, specializing in authentic Neapolitan wood-fired pizza. They also offer tasty, delicious desserts and shakes, as well as a dose of good vibes!

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Hut Dog

Hut Dog is a full-service catering bar offering gourmet free-range smoked meats, hot dogs and a wide vegan option. German, American or customized to suit your preference, this food stand has something for everyone to try. 

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Knafeh’s specialty is Jerusalem street food as prepared by The Bearded Bakers. The group travels between Sydney and Melbourne to “create experiences that last forever” with their followers, so better catch them at the park before they leave town.

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The Chronicles of Crepes

Taste the heavenly desserts at The Chronicles of Crepes from passionate bakers who love to create exciting menus and share these with their diners. Their recipes are original and made fresh with every order and they serve savoury crepes as well.  

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Wholly Schnit

Wholly Schnit is also a regular in Sydney’s food truck scene, offering “handmade golden, crispy, succulent schnitzels” by the street. Each order comes with a side of chips or coleslaw and gravy, as well as your choice of special sauces. 

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A couple of artists will also provide the party vibe with their live performances from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Hot Potato Roaming Band will play on Saturday, whilst Soulganic is performing Sunday.

So, tag your group or family and spend the weekend enjoying the food and the vibe at the open air space.