Unplug the working week cares and relax on Friday evenings at Eat’n Street

Something to sing about: The scene at the opening night of Unplugged Live and Local at the Eat'n Street Restaurant last Friday.
Something to sing about: The scene at the opening night of Unplugged Live and Local at the Eat'n Street Restaurant last Friday.

Sutherland Entertainment Centre has kicked off its Unplugged Live and Local event at the Eat’n Street Restaurant on Friday nights for the rest of February and March.

The event brings some of the Sutherland Shire’s talented singer songwriters to the Entertainment Centre forecourt on Friday nights from 6pm.

The opening event last Friday  was well attended, with dining tables sold out, as well as picnickers in Peace Park and music lovers turning the forecourt into a vibrant town square.

Food for thought: The event was well attended and while dining tables were sold out, picnickers in Peace Park also got to enjoy the live music.

Food for thought: The event was well attended and while dining tables were sold out, picnickers in Peace Park also got to enjoy the live music.

Eat’n Street Restaurant is open Friday for lunch and dinner and every Saturday for breakfast and lunch serving a menu created by Sutherland Entertainment Centre Executive Chef Dale Armstrong.

The entire breakfast and lunch menu is available as a takeaway so diners can get together with family and friends for a relaxed picnic breakfast or lunch in Peace Park.

The Eat’n Street Restaurant is fully licensed.

Bookings recommended but not essential.

For bookings and enquiries call the Sutherland Entertainment Centre on 9521 8888.