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The 4217 Markets

The 4217 Markets will be held on Saturday the 15th October from 9am-1pm.

The 4217 Markets will feature locally produced kids clothing, freshly baked sweets and treats, fashion, art and workshops along with local music and delicious food vendors.

 

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COMPETITION

To celebrate The 4217 Markets happening on Saturday 15th October, we want you to WIN!

The 4217 Markets was created to empower quality local and artisan industries, nurture innovation and develop new ways of local trade.

The 4217 Markets will showcase the very best artisanal products when local businesses sell their wares alongside resident award winning providores.

Enter your details for a chance to win prizes from The 4217 providores. 

+ Dining Voucher from Brooklyn Depot (Value $100)
+ High Tea for two people at Cha Tea Providores (Value $75)
+ Pasta making class for two people at Salt Meats Cheese (Value $160) 
+ Takeaway Coffee for one month from Paradox Coffee Roasters (Value $290)

ENTER HERE

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KIT + ACE POP UP SHOP

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KIT + ACE POP UP SHOP

KIT + ACE Pop Up Shop at The 4217 this Wednesday the 20th July. All visitors to the pop up shop will receive a free take away coffee from Paradox Coffee Roasters.

*Coffee limited to one per person while stock lasts.

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Manchester in the 90's Nostalgia event at Paradox Coffee Roasters

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Manchester in the 90's Nostalgia event at Paradox Coffee Roasters

Paradox Coffee Roasters will host a nostalgia event on the 18th of June bringing the best of Manchester in the 1990’s to The 4217 Urban Village.

‘Manchester in the 90’s’ will be the first in a series of events called ‘Changing Face’ that will throw back to some of the most historic moments in time.

Event Organiser Emma Grech says the event will be a fun fusion of music, fashion and community collaboration.

Manchester in the 90s was the birth of what is labeled the ‘Madchester’ era. An array of alternative and psychedelic rock emerged during this time with the movement into early house and electronic tunes.

Guests will enter Paradox Coffee Roasters which will be styled similarly to that of The Haçienda – A nightclub in Manchester that was home of great music and culture. 

Guests will also be given the opportunity to shop for true vintage clothing and vinyls that have been specifically sourced from the 90s and the UK.

Tickets can be purchased for $10 at Paradox Coffee Roasters or online

 

 

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CHA Tea Providores: 5 Reasons Why You Should Drink Tea

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CHA Tea Providores: 5 Reasons Why You Should Drink Tea

The ancient tradition of drinking tea is well-known for its diverse range of health benefits. In many cultures around the world, tea is thought to be a cleansing brew that prevents illness and improves overall wellbeing. In countries where tea originated – such as China and India – tea is consumed daily, and is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle.

Tea is often known for having a lower caffeine level than coffee, and containing large amounts of antioxidants and other detoxing abilities. However each type of tea leaf or tea blend possesses its own qualities that assist inner health in different ways.

Here are five benefits of drinking tea that you may not have heard of before:

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Burger of the Month - The New Jerk City

Brooklyn Fans, please welcome this months’ special burger... The New Jerk City.

Juicy, Jerk Spiced pulled Pork, pineapple salsa, onion strings, depot slaw, oak leaf lettuce and garlic aioli. Head down to Brooklyn Depot at The 4217 to try it now!

What's been your favourite burger of the month to date?

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Paradox + Uber + OzHarvest

Today we're excited to announce that one of our Providores is working with OzHarvest and Uber to help eliminate food waste in our glorious country. 

For today only you can have lunch delivered to your door from Paradox Coffee Roasters! To order head here! #thinkeatsave

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Salt Meats Cheese joins The 4217

Sydney's renowned food emporium, Salt Meats Cheese, says 'ciao' to Surfer's Paradise where it is poised to open a new store in early July 2015. Salt Meats Cheese co-director Stefano de Blasi this week said he was very excited about the store's expansion into Queensland.

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