Dreamland is holding its first food festival – Eat Drink Margate – this weekend (September 7-8)
An array of foodie entertainment is lined up including a farmers’ market, a parade of street vendors and talks and debates.
Hungry guests can try titbits and sip samples from producers while host Natalia Ribbe, from Dreamland’s Café Barletta, introduces local and London based chefs, mixologists and coffee connoisseurs.
The team behind Margate’s The Bus Cafe will be on hand to talk about the secret to their beans; fish tips will come from the crew at Angela’s & Dory’s; coffee experts Curve Roasters, Allpress and Ozone coffee will be having a debate on specialty coffee and the importance of the ‘keep cup; and there will also be talks on climate change and caring for our environment, with The Goods Shed sharing advice on how we can shop better and smarter,
The event also welcomes Ice Cream-land on the Sunday, featuring more than 32,000,000 different ice cream combinations.
Head chef of Chelsea’s Harwood Arms, Sally Abe; Italian Food blogger, Paola Maggiulli; Kamm & Sons founder, Alex Kammerling; and Kate De Syllas of Hantverk & Found will also feature.
Farmers’ Market includes:
Couple’a Veganz (Saturday ONLY)
Mel Tropical Kitchen
Kiss Soy Candles
Coxy’s / Mighty Fine Things
Curve Roasters Ltd
The Joinery St Peters Bakehouse (Saturday ONLY)
Wholefood Earth Ltd
Waste Not Store
I Am Natural (Saturday ONLY)
Beer and Cider tent featuring:
Kentish Pip Ciders
Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds’)
The festival will be open from 10am to 6pm each day and is free to enter. Guests can buy wristbands to use the park’s colourful rides on the day or in advance for a 25% discount.
A Filmstock event due to take place tomorrow at the park has been cancelled.
For more information and details of what’s happening on the park visit www.dreamland.co.uk