Parramatta's Eat Street to come alive

Parramatta’s famous eating hub ‘Eat Street’ will come alive on Friday nights and weekends with pop up exhibitions, markets and live entertainment set to stop traffic. 

The initiative is part of Parramatta City Council’s Eat Street Alive program, which will activate the renowned dining precinct during the upcoming spring and summer season, with a series of activities on Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays.

Lord Mayor of Parramatta Cr John Chedid said Council is committed to activating key urban areas within Parramatta CBD and the Eat Street Alive program provides an opportunity to engage our local businesses and provide a lively space for residents, diners and visitors to the area. 

“Church Street North will be closed to motorists over the coming months and as the weather heats up, this space will provide a fresh and vibrant feel along our popular dining strip,” Cr Chedid said.

“On weekends diners can enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner with complimentary entertainment.” 

Eat Street Alive kicks off with the official launch of the weekly Lovers Market on Saturday 13 September from 10am – 4pm along Church Street (North) offering fashion, home wares, art and design pieces. 

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