Scene News: Hawthorn’s New Food Truck Park!

The New Bird on the Block Hawthorn welcomes The Early Bird this spring and summer… Introducing Melbourne’s newest food truck park frenzy in South Eastern Suburbia. A grass laid hot spot tucked away next to Auburn train station, serving up Melbourne’s best breakfast, brunch and lunch options every Wednesday to Saturday. Featuring resident top dogs Mr. Burger, Doughboys Doughnuts, Toasta Food Truck, BeanToMelbourne, Danger Dogs, Sliders On Tyres, Baskerville Jaffles and more.

Upon first morning light you’ll spot the BeanToMelbourne one of kind mobile coffee tricycle. Focused on environmental sustainability and awareness. Serving up espressos, lattes and iced Vietnamese coffee by Coffee Supreme, roasted locally in Abbotsford. Do the double and match your order with the daily best from the boys at Doughboys Doughnuts. Stick around for brunch and watch resident food trucks pull up to bring the best in burgers, loaded fries, Mexican, cheesy toasted delights and more.

The Early Bird is pet friendly, bike friendly and family friendly. Pre order coffee and lunch every day by contacting Jamie@beantomelbourne.com.au. Auburn Early Bird delivers to local businesses when booked two days in advance. Friday night with licensed bar coming soon. Auburn Early Bird Truck Park

When: Wednesday – Saturday (Friday night with licensed bar coming soon)

Where: 10 Newburgh Place, Hawthorn. Next to Auburn Train Station.

Time: 7am – 3pm

What: Walk in coffee, breakfast, brunch and lunch spot.

Contact: Jamie@beantomelbourne.com.au

Instagram @auburnwalybird_truckpark

Facebook facebook.com/auburnearlybirdtruckpark

Website: www.auburnearlybird.com.au

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About Anna-Maria Megalogenis 166 Articles
Anna-Maria has been writing for Street Press in Melbourne and Sydney for over 20 years. She is passionate about food, music and the arts, is an avid reader and used to hand write reviews for Beat Magazine at the Great Britain Hotel, where a patron once suggested she was ripping off articles in Rolling Stone magazine.

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