Night Feast: Spring 2023
Following its riotous autumn debut this year, biannual month-long sensory celebration of food and art Night Feast returns for a second round this spring, bringing culinary treats from the city’s leading chefs, paired with live music, roving performances and a series of free events to Brisbane Powerhouse.
Entry to Night Feast is free, but there are ticketed experiences available to book, including the Sapporo Izakaya by Taro, featuring Japanese cuisine served up by chef Taro Akimoto (Taro’s Ramen) and beers matched to every course thanks to Sapporo beer whiz Shinichiro Shimo.
Crowd favourites from the autumn edition return for Night Feast Spring, including E’cco Bistro, Donna Chang, Gerard’s Bistro, Bar Alto, Mary Mae’s, Dalton Catering, Saison Salumi, Louis B, Lek’s Thai, Hoy Pinoy, Wonderbao, Anchalee Kasurin and Bugster’s. They’re joined by new spring additions Essa, Nota, Southside, The Green, Maya, Nosferatu Gin & Dessert Bar and La Mano.
Free events and art experiences at Night Feast: Spring include a large-scale illuminated work by artistic duo Tin & Ed, roving surreal glamour courtesy of The Huxleys, a new work by award-winning circus artist Bridie Hooper, music by local DJ collective Quivr and a series of live music performances still to be announced.
Night Feast: Spring 2023 runs from Wednesday October 4 to Sunday October 29. To see the festival’s full line-up, head to the Night Feast website.
This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with Sapporo.