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Autumn equinox seasonal feast

Celebrate the coming of autumn with a feast that honours the utter deliciousness of this gorgeous season.

Celebrate the coming of autumn at Newtown’s new conscious cooking venue, Hearth & Soul, with a feast that honours the utter deliciousness of this gorgeous season. The autumn equinox is one of the two points in the year when the day and the night are of equal length (the other occurs six months later in spring). This is the time of the year when we honour the waning light of summer and give thanks for all the bounty that the harvest has provided. It is also a time to pay respect to the coming dark of winter, when nature takes a well-deserved rest and replenishes herself to bloom again in spring.

We’ll start the evening with a welcome cocktail which you’ll enjoy while you settle into Hearth & Soul. You’ll then take a seat at our gorgeous feasting table and enjoy a three course meal, infused with love and reverence. The menu will feature all of the deliciousness of the autumn harvest – and let us assure you, this season brings an absolute truckload of yumminess.

Each course will be introduced by Hearth & Soul founder Rachel Jelley. Rachel will talk to you throughout the evening about her approach to food, what’s on your plates, and the inspiration behind each dish. She’ll also share some lovely stories about the ingredients she’s used.

Rachel cooks with pasture raised animals and as much locally sourced and organic produce as she can possibly source. We also accomodate dietary requirements at our feasts. Alcohol will be available to purchase on the evening. Your welcome cocktail is included in the ticket price.



528 King St, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia


Saturday 23 March 2019 from 6.30pm to 10.30pm


Tickets: $95.00

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