KombiAlley Drive-Thru Dessert Festival

Eat Street Northshore

Eat Street Northshore can't stay closed any longer! The popular shipping container foodie hub is throwing open its gates for the KombiAlley Drive-Thru Dessert Festival this school holiday. 

From September 18 to October 4, the KombiAlley Drive-Thru will open every Friday and Saturday from 3-9pm, and each Sunday from 12-8pm. 

KombiAlley Drive-Thru Dessert Festival, Eat Street Northshore, Hamilton

Imagine the fun of driving through the middle of Eat Street under the fairy-lit domes for a unique Eat Street experience in the Covid safety of your own car. 

KombiAlley Drive-Thru Dessert Festival, Eat Street Northshore, Hamilton

Drive through the famous KombiAlley to collect your favourite desserts including Jake & Elle's (My Kitchen Rules winners) cannoli, cronutsdoughnut fries, loaded shakes and take-away tubs of ice-cream.

KombiAlley Drive-Thru Dessert Festival

Entering through Carpark 1, you’ll order your treats and be allotted a number on your windscreen, with further directions to drive through the famous “Hello” gate to collect your desserts in KombiAlley.

An exciting twist is that every order number with a “9” in it will receive an extra free treat!

Meanwhile, DJ music and videos will entertain you from the open Sky Theatre, plus Eat Street's own radio channel with Jonny Drama, will keep a smile on your dial as you level-up your 'car dancing' moves, grooving along to the tunes.

So, organise the crew and get ready to head out to Eat Street Northshore's KombiAlley Drive-Thru Dessert Festival. Remember, it's so hard to have a gaytime on your own!

Need to know - this is strictly a drive-thru event, and passengers are not allowed to get out of their vehicles.

Eat Street Northshore is a valued partner of Must Do Brisbane.com

KombiAlley Drive-Thru Dessert Festival

Eat Street Northshore 

221D Macarthur Ave

Hamilton 

Sep 18-20, 25-27, Oct 2-4

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