Biters Hungry for local flavours+ new vendors arrive
Miss Kay’s Burgerr, Thai Ginger, Zach’s Pets, Vung Tau
Bite Markets at North Harbour recently opened to a roaring – and hungry - crowd, despite inclement weather forcing its closure last week.
Over 20,000 food fans have flocked to Bite Markets at North Harbour in the first two weekends.
This weekend will see two new Bite Flavour Makers – Zach’s Pet Shop (yes, treats for our four-legged friends) and Thai Ginger open their doors. Both are offering something new to visitors of Bite Markets with yummy treats for both man and man’s best friend. The famed Miss Kay’s Burgers and Vung Tau Rolls (Vietnamese) both open the following weekend (April 5 and 6).
Starring more than 40 food stalls and bars in permanent, customised shipping containers and surrounded by landscaped areas in a fully fenced dining precinct, Moreton Bay Region's new food hub celebrates local produce in dishes every Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 10p.
To get to Bite Markets take Exit 150 from the Bruce Highway to Nolan Drive, Morayfield. Follow the signs - 12 minutes from North Lakes and 25 minutes from Brisbane. Entry costs $3 entry for adults whilechildren 12 year and under are free of charge.
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