A foodie’s year highlight: March into Merivale
Back again for another iteration, the annual March into Merivale food-lovers’ paradise celebrates food with five unique experiences in one mammoth venue that jams-in thousands of enthusiasts.
Merivale’s history in Sydney is steeped in food and entertainment, so by transforming its synonymous Angel Place into an Asian market, the upstairs dance floor of Palings into a Mexican-themed boxing ring, the Ivy ballroom into a jungle-like retreat and the rooftop pool into an urban oasis, they let their wide and varied food offerings really shine. And to the beat of their own drum.
The hospitality giant has carved a name for itself in the way of cool vibes, relaxed atmospheres, quality food and expertly concocted cocktails and selected wines, that it’s no surprise the city turns out in droves to celebrate its culinary offering.
Spread over the Merivale mothership that is heralded by the renowned Ivy on George St., March into Merivale is an explosive celebration of all the best elements the generations-old name in food has come to garner.
Merivale’s extensive list of venues and in-turn, quality chefs and staff all combine to shine a stunning light on the Sydney food and wine scene in an atmosphere that is all Merivale’s own.
See more for next year at their website.
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