The North Coast Flavor Festival comes to the Coffs Coast – News Of The Area
Food and beverage producers, farmers, restaurateurs, brewers, distillers and winemakers on the Côte de Coffs are mobilizing for the North Coast Flavors Festival which will take place on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March 2022 .
The weekend-opening festival will offer visitors to the region a range of gastronomic experiences from sampling the region’s fresh organic produce at local markets and farms, to tastings of breweries and distilleries and classy restaurants. world on the north coast.
“The North Coast Festival of Flavor is an exciting and dynamic event that will see our operators open their doors and put on special activations that will provide visitors with rare information or unique and special offers,” said Michael Thurston, Managing Director of Destination North Coast. News from the region.
“The Coffs industry has certainly backed the concept with a host of amazing events taking place across the region over the festival weekend.
“You can enjoy fantastic locally produced drinks and food at the Moonee Beach Hotel’s ‘Flavours of the Coast Festival’, attend a dinner hosted by King Tide Brewing’s head brewer who will pair his beers with the various dishes, enjoy a long lunch accompanied by craft beers at the Woopi Brewing Co, enjoy bespoke chef offerings at Surf Club Restaurant & Bar Coffs Harbor and much more over the weekend,” said Michael.
“To plan and get the most out of the event, visitors are encouraged to visit the North Coast Flavor Trails, a dynamic digital platform that gives consumers the opportunity to explore the range of options available on the North Shore,” said event coordinator Sherry Price.
“The North Coast Flavor Trails platform will house all relevant information about the events taking place on the North Coast on March 26th and 27th and will also be the ultimate assistant for the day, highlighting specials and events, mapping routes between sites and providing all the tools you need to have an amazing day sampling the best of North Coast food, drink and produce.
Michael Thurston added: “As excited as we are to ignite the taste buds of visitors to the North Coast, the event is also an opportunity to provide support to an industry that has suffered significantly throughout Covid-19.
“Given this, we wanted to create an event that allows all relevant sites and operators to participate and benefit.
“Furthermore, we want consumers to explore our region far and wide, discovering the depth of incredible food, beverage and agritourism experiences the North Coast has to offer.”
The North Coast Festival of Flavors region stretches from Byron Bay to the Barrington Coast.
Festival of Flavors is supported by the NSW Government through its major tourism and events agency, Destination NSW, in line with its ambition to make NSW the leading tourism economy in Asia-Pacific.
For more information, visit www.visitnsw.com/north-coast-festival-of-flavour.
By Andrea FERRARI