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Bright n Sandy

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

In its 16th year, Bright n Sandy Food & Wine Festival returns as one of Bayside’s best days out. Green Point will come alive with Bayside’s favourite festival, back for its 2020 take on all things food and wine.

Visitors can take a culinary journey around the world with some of Bayside’s best food and wine vendors. Take a whirlwind trip to taste some top grade grub from the team at Royale Brothers paired with a sparkling drop from The Prosecco Van or, washed down with a young and fruity red from the guys at the Wine Larder.

There’s something delicious to suit every taste at this year’s event, including some of Bayside’s most popular food and wine stops.

Established in 1981, with the same chef and location for 39 years, Bayside’s very own Shalimar Indian Restaurant is Melbourne’s oldest Indian restaurant. This year, the family run business is returning to cook up a storm at Bright n Sandy.

Second generation Shalimar Restaurateur Gagan Deep Singh is excited to be bringing their signature flavours back to the festival.
“This is the 8th time we’ve taken part in Bright n Sandy and we love it,” he said.

“The location makes it such a nice day out for locals and we enjoy being part of a great event surrounded by our regulars and familiar faces.”

Along with a diverse range of stalls offering great food, wine and beverages, the day also hosts a range of kids’ activities including face painting, craft areas and sustainable make-your-own smoothie bikes.

With sensational food, refreshing beverages and the best view in Bayside, slap on some sunscreen and head down to Bright n Sandy to take your tastebuds on a culinary adventure.

Bright n Sandy

Sunday 23 February, 11am–7pm
Green Point, Brighton
Entry $2.50
No pets or BYO
Visit the Bright n Sandy event page

The Gagan family (pictured above) from Shalimar restaurant at 343 Bay Street, Brighton are just one of the amazing food vendors who will be at Bright n Sandy.