Summer Sundown: The Street Party Taking Over Bondi’s Backstreets

Cool Sh*t, Eat, Events, Play, Sydney / 21 March 2022

The Hub Hall Street bids farewell to daylight savings with their inaugural Summer Sundown – A fun-filled lineup of gourmet street food, art and music.

The days might be getting shorter but our list of fun things to do this month just keeps getting longer! Marking the last day of daylight savings, Bondi’s all-day retail and gourmet dining precinct, The Hub Hall Street, has announced the launch of its inaugural street party, ‘Summer Sundown’ taking place on Saturday 2nd April from 1pm until dusk.

Gourmet Dining Served Street Style 

Bondi backstreets will come alive with carefully curated gourmet street food from surrounding cafes and eateries, including the legendary Da Orazio Pizza and Porchetta, who will make his debut back to the precinct after five years!

Other renowned local eateries on the roster include Bills who’ll be serving up their famous hotcakes and a special honeycomb butter soft serve (um, yes please). Field to Fork will be feasting all your senses with a slow roasted lamb on the spit. Pasticceria Papa’s are bringing their iconic Ricotta Cake to the table – a light fluffy cheesecake with a soft ricotta centre. As well as Yum Cha from China Diner, tacos from La Palma, arepas from Makuto, a custom gelato bar from Messina, and pappardelle bolognese from A Tavola to name a few.

And to wash it all down? A Tavola x Messina’s have joined forces to present their very own cocktail lovechild ‘Sgroppino’, a traditional Italian cocktail made using Messina’s lemon sorbet.

After filling your stomach, it’s off to feast the rest of the senses with an incredible lineup of local entertainment. Fill your ears with sounds of psychedelic soul from Sydney-based DJ Murray Lake. Treat your eyes to a visual feast of neo-expressionist artwork by Bondi-based artist Jacob Pedrana. Jacob will also be gifting one of his limited-edition prints, ‘Napalm’ to one lucky winner during the event, valued at $455.

Finally, enshroud your skin in the softest garms at a popup stall from local designer, Georgie Vicars showcasing her hugely popular ‘Jamoo’, –  a unisex bohemian toweljumper made from upcycled towels. 

Browse the full program and stay up to date on everything happening at The Hub Hall Street precinct here.