Pop-up restaurant and bar Cosecha arrives at Carriageworks to satiate your culinary desires.
Throughout January, cultural institution Carriageworks is abuzz with eager patrons delighting their senses with Sydney Festival’s lineup of art, music, theatre and the good times. This year they play host to pop-up Spanish restaurant Cosecha the brainchild of multi-award-winning culinary superstar Darren Taylor.
Inspired by the buzz that surrounds Sydney Festival the pop-up bar and restaurant will bring Spanish dishes to the art hub, feeding palettes flavour-packed precision from lunch through to 10pm, until Jan 27th.
Think paella, charcuterie boards, tapas and other tasty morsels to feed your senses. Cosecha is the perfect destination for Sydney Festival goers to replenish and refuel.
Carriageworks has curated the perfect day out for your senses and your gram. Start your day with the acclaimed works of artist Nick Cave’s latest exhibition UNTIL. Refuel and reset over tapas and Sangria at Cosecha before the ultimate nightcap, a soulful serenade by Swedish singer Neneh Cherry’s
Cosecha by Darren is now open until January 27 from 12 pm until late (for drinks) every day.
Address: 245 Wilson St, Eveleigh NSW 2015
For more info visit: carriageworks.com.au