The Inglewood On Beaufort Markets

The Inglewood on Beaufort Markets are expecting around 3000 people to attend each Monday when a new season of the markets kicks off. Chair of the Inglewood on Beaufort community group, Damien Giudici, said head counts at the last season had revealed the “No Cook Monday” family and dog friendly food markets were proving a big hit.

The markets will feature around 50-60 vendors each week in a season that will run every Monday from 6pm to 9pm, except Christmas Day and News Year’s Eve until April 29. As well as food trucks and stalls many of the Beaufort Street retailers will also open their doors on Monday evenings. These include Jessie’s Curry Kitchen, Il Pasto, A Fish Called Inglewood, Billie + Rose, La Luna and Black Pig Deli.

They’ll be joining a kaleidoscope of cuisine, with Vietnamese, Dutch, Canarian, Moroccan, German, Argentine, Thai, Italian, Colombian, Greek, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, Egyptian, Brazilian and Indian on the menus of the best street food purveyors food along with beer, wine and cider. Pets are also catered for with their very own vendor, the Woof Meow Tweet Squeak treat truck.

Food trucks and stalls will line both sides of Beaufort Street. The Crafted Pop Up Bar will be at 7th Avenue serving beer and cider on tap and will be featuring local wines and espresso martinis on tap. Some of the vendors kicking off this season will be Banh Mizzle, Café Oranje, Canarian Foods, Casablanca Moroccan, Chips on a Stick, Crafted Events WA, El Aleman Loco, El Argentino, Froth Coffee, Gyoza Joint, Kasama’s Thai Kitchen, La Crepe de Paris, Lena Lu, Louis Boeglin Patisserie, Marcelitas Empanadas, Mary Janes, Master Panda, Mosaic Bites, Mr Melis, My Goz, Ninja Cuisine, Piadina Bar – Italian Street Kitchen, Porta Pizza, Shak Shuka, Shiraz Soft Serve, Sub Zero Gelato, Summer 1954, Suppa Club, Thai on Tyres, The Dirty Swine, The Pasta Truck, The Phat Pharaoh, The Tapi Truck, The Treat Truck, Tikka Tango, Toast My Curry, Tokyo Baby Cakes, T-Sisters Fresh Food Up in Smoke Catering, and What the Bao.

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