What can you expect?

If you like to spice up your life with new, exciting, innovative and delicious food, well - do we have a FANTASTIC array of options for you!!!

We have some freaking delicious street food vendors joining us at the Friday Finale event on Friday night (28th).

You can expect to be full, and definitely not go hungry with;
  • Banh Mi Caphe (Vietnamese)
  • Cornish Pasties NZ
  • Johney's Dumpling House
  • Sawadee Thai Food Truck (Thai)
  • Southern Fries (Poutine - Fries & Gravy)
  • The Flying Weasel (Burgers)
  • Toro Churro
  • Mizzoni Woodfired Pizza
  • NZ Crepes (Crepes)
  • Kapai Kettle Corn (Popcorn)
  • Arigato - Ramen Noodles of Japan - (Japanese)
  • El Taco Rosado (Mexican)
  • Soul Boul (Raw Food)
  • Herbal Potential (Tea)
  • Gracey Jane's Kitchen (Desserts)

See us at the Lake Street, Cambridge from 4pm-9pm, Friday 28th April, 2017.
Bring your warm clothes, happy vibes and some bug spray!
Face-paint, flames, live music, food trucks, street entertainers! Free ice-cream! Free face painting!

Make a night of it, and join into the street vibe version of Alfresco Bites with the World Masters Games 2017 Friday Finale event!

What is the World Masters Games?

The World Masters Games is the world's largest multi-sport event. Held every four years, it is the pinnacle sporting event for masters competitors worldwide. In supporting the Olympic Games ethos of 'sport for all', the goal of the World Masters Games is to encourage participation in sport throughout life. Competition and camaraderie are equally celebrated.

Every four years, the International Masters Games Association, the representative body of masters sport worldwide, grants to one special city the rights to host the next Games. The first ever Games were held in Toronto, Canada in 1985. Since then seven other cities have embraced the global event including Sydney in 2009 and Torino in 2013.

Two of the philosophies of the Masters Games are to promote friendship and understanding, along with competition, between mature sports people regardless of age, gender, race, religion, or sport status. This unique spirit will be very much alive in 2017 when Auckland, New Zealand becomes the latest home to this hugely exciting global sporting event.

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