Trendy inner west restaurant/cafe Bloom is putting on an awesome artisanal market perfect for a relaxed summer Sunday arvo.
there will be a a mix of artisan stallholders and appearances from different winemakers and distillers.
Functions Manager Georgie Boyd is excited to showcase local businesses.
“We’ve got about 12 to 13 stores all up, they’re all local,” says Georgie.
Some of these stores include Clos Claire, a boutique winery from Tom and Sam Barry, and local Adelaide leather designers Stentorian.
There will be acoustic music throughout the day with a musical lineup headed by Siberian Tiger, which features Christopher Panousakis (Timberwolf and Matt Corby) and Bree Trantner (The Middle East, Matt Corby).
Bloom has been open since September last year, and their inventive menu has been a big hit with punters.
Many people are familiar with the restaurant but might not be familiar with their Pavilion and function space and garden, which is what this market is aiming to bring attention to.
Bloom is looking to make the market a monthly occurrence.
The market also aims to showcase distillers and wineries whose products are utilised in the restaurant.
The Bloomin Market Fair is happening January 31 from 11am to 4pm.
Bloom is located at 38 Winwood St, Thebarton.
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