‘This sounds like heaven’: Melbourne to host a GARLIC BREAD festival – with themed burgers, gozleme and savoury cocktails to match
- A Garlic Bread Festival is being held next month hosted in Northcote, Melbourne
- Delicious event is an entire day dedicated to eating and celebrating garlic bread
- Attendees can expect garlic bread burgers and gozleme as well as cocktails
- 4000 excited participants have already expressed interest in once-a-year event
A festival dedicated to garlic bread – which organises say will be a ‘truly sacred and special’ event – is set to be held in Melbourne.
Hosted by food truck canteen and bar ‘Welcome to Thornbury’, the festival will be held on Saturday April 10 at Northcote in the city’s north-east.
Participants can expect food trucks selling ‘garlic bread burgers, garlic bread gozleme, fancy garlic bread and good ol’ classic garlic bread’.
Welcome to Thornbury (pictured) will be hosting the Garlic Bread Festival next month
Vegan options will be available, with on-site bartenders mixing savoury cocktails all day ‘to perfectly match your garlic bread of choice’.
‘This event only happens once a year and, like Christmas, is truly sacred and special’, the event’s description reads.
Nearly 4000 foodies have expressed their interest in attending the unique festival, with the full line-up soon to be announced.
Hundreds of Facebook users shared their excitement.
‘Oh my god, the perfect event’, one user said.
‘This sounds like heaven’, another shared.
Attendees to the free event are welcome to bring their kids and dogs.
Participants can expect food trucks selling ‘garlic bread burgers, garlic bread gozleme, fancy garlic bread and good ol’ classic garlic bread’