Wulugul Pop Up to close in preparation for permanent dining promenade

05 July, 2016 by

The Wulugul Pop Up at Barangaroo will close this month, to make way for a permanent line-up of restaurants along the harbour-front.

Over the past eight months, venues including Belles Hot Chicken, Gin & It, Chaco Bar, Mamak, Edition Coffee Roasers and Broddogs have operated as part of the Wulugul Pop Up.

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To farewell the pop up there will be daily live performances from indie soloist Aaliyah Marie, vocalist Matt Boylan, electronic act Fernando Aragones, and funk and soul trio Stef, Cam & Ron.

From September, Wulugul Walk will feature 12 restaurants from high profile chefs and restaurateurs such as Brent Savage, Nick Hildebrandt, Hamish Ingham, Rebecca Lines and Kerby Craig joining Somer Sivrioglu at Anason, which opened in February.

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Featuring flavours from around world, Wulugul Walk will include Spanish at Tapavino, Thai at Muum Maam, Chinese at Lotus and Japanese at Ume Burger among others, while Belles Hot Chicken to return permanently in September.

The Streets of Barangaroo precinct also includes cafes, like Micro by Coffee Alchemy and The Precinct by Toby’s Estate; lunch venues, including 10 outlets at The Canteen; donut shop the Shortstop; tea shop The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar; and Anason. 

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