Frequently Asked Questions
Newcastle Food Month is a month-long food festival with over 30 individual events in April 2021. Plus a dish special at over 60 Newcastle restaurants called Plate Date for the entire month. An amazing variety of venues across the city are serving a specially designed meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner, and pairing it with a beverage, alcoholic or non, for just $25. To check if your favourite haunt is on the Plate Date menu, click here. Or browse the event bill, here.
No, but it’s a piece of cake. Most Plate Date cafes don’t require a booking so just walk on in and ask for the PD special. However some restaurants will need an advanced booking. Individual venue requirements can be found here.
Yes, of course. You’ll find tangible brochures in most participating eateries around Newcastle, from the 1st of March. Plus at;
- The Newcastle Visitors Information Centre
- The City of Newcastle (Council building)
Want to go paperless? We will have a downloadable brochure on the site from 1st of March.
It’s first in best dressed, so don’t dilly dally booking tickets. We’ll be disappointed for you, if you miss out.
All venues need to follow COVID Safety guidelines which may mean some venues running at a smaller capacity to ensure your safety.
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For your safety, NFM and its subsequent event organisers will always follow COVID Safe requirements.
If government guidance changes, it’ll be up to the individual venues to amend their events. Or if an event needs to be postponed or cancelled, refer to the venue for their refund policy.
2021 is Newcastle Food Month’s first year, how exciting? Our aim is to make it a permanent fixture on the City of Newcastle’s calendar as a flagship event for food lovers.
We strive to make NFM as accessible as possible. Each Plate Date and event host venue will be able to provide you with their accessibility details.
Now. Don’t walk, run.
You’ll be able to find all ticketing details and dates on the Event page. You don’t need a ticket for Plate Date meals, however a booking with the restaurant may be necessary.