EL Argentino will return for the next Inglewood on Beaufort Markets season that kicks off on September 24.
Up to 60 vendors, including new vendors such as Sub Zero offering gelato, will line the streets every Monday night from 6-9pm.
Beaufort Street retailers like Jessie’s Curry Kitchen, Il Pasto, A Fish Called Inglewood, Billie + Rose, La Luna and Black Pig Deli will also open their doors on Monday nights adding to the offering of Vietnamese, Dutch, Canarian, Moroccan, German, Argentine, Thai, Italian, Colombian, Greek, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, Egyptian, Brazilian and Indian.
Pets are also catered for via the Woof Meow Tweet Squeak treat truck.
Wendy’s Jazz Bar on 7th Avenue will entertain visitors as they enjoy the cuisine and the Crafted Pop Up Bar will be there serving beer and cider on tap, local wines and espresso martinis.
Inglewood on Beaufort chairman Damien Giudici said there would be some small structural changes to the markets this year to make things more comfortable for patrons, including more seating and better lighting in some areas.
He said the markets were an opportunity to get off the sofa and out into the community getting some exercise and tasting some great street food.
A taste of the Inglewood on Beaufort 2018-19 vendors
Chips on a Stick
Crafted Events WA
El Aleman Loco
Kasama’s Thai Kitchen
La Crepe de Paris
Louis Boeglin Patisserie
Piadina Bar – Italian Street Kitchen
Shiraz Soft Serve
Sub Zero Gelato
Thai on Tyres
The Dirty Swine
The Pasta Truck
The Phat Pharaoh
The Tapi Truck
The Treat Truck
Toast My Curry
Tokyo Baby Cakes
T-Sisters Fresh Food Up in Smoke Catering
What the Bao