Dine Bright in the Park

Thursday 13 October, 6-9pm

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Be treated to a unique and intimate experience set in the beautiful, heritage-listed surrounds of Parramatta Park. With only 100 seats available, this is the hottest ticket around!

Bringing together some of Sydney’s finest chefs, enjoy a summer table featuring an enviable feast of local produce of the highest quality, while supporting the important work of Bright Hospitality - a not-for-profit committed to connecting people from vulnerable communities with meaningful employment.

Enjoy canapés by Courtney's Brasserie and an Archie Rose Distillery cocktail on arrival, followed by a three course dinner, presented by The Rockpool Group by Neil Perry, Efendy BalmainCirca Espresso, The Groundskeeper Cafe, and Adora Handmade Chocolates, complimented with wine from Urban Winery Sydney.

This one-off special event is presented by the City of Parramatta in partnership with Parramatta Park, as a part of Parramatta Lanes.

Tickets are $120pp and include a welcome cocktail, and a 3-course dinner with matching wines. A percentage of every ticket sold will go directly to the Bright Hospitality training program.

Food by

  • Courtney’s Brasserie
  • The Groundskeeper Café
  • The Rockpool Group by Neil Perry
  • Efendy by Somer Sivrioglu
  • Adora Handmade Chocolates

Beverages by

  • Archie Rose Distilling Co
  • Urban Winery Sydney

Can’t make the dinner but want to show you’re support to Bright Hospitality? Head to brighthospitality.org.au – make sure you tell them Lanes sent you!

About Bright Hospitality

Bright Hospitality is a unique not-for-profit organisation committed to assisting people from refugee, local migrant, Indigenous and local Australian communities into meaningful employment. Bright provides high quality training with their partnership with The Western Sydney Institute, with all graduates placed into work trails with hospitality employers across Sydney at the completion of their training.

Bright has a simple aim: to turn the welfare cycle around by providing real job outcomes for vulnerable people. To date, Bright has placed 75% of its graduates into hospitality employment. A percentage from the ticket sales of this dinner will support up to 30 students into Bright’s 7-week training program, providing them with a Certificate 2 in Hospitality and a fresh start to a new career.

Bright Hospitality continually strives towards championing change to public perceptions around migrants by becoming a valued and trusted organisation known for delivering positive outcomes. They are determined to improve the lives of as many vulnerable families as possible, leading to a better Australia for all.

To learn more, please visit Bright Hospitality at www.brighthospitality.org.au