Sydney chefs take part in ‘Long Lunch’ to help revitalise the CBD and Parramatta | 7NEWS

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Sydney’s top chefs have taken their food to the street as part of the push to revitalise the city and Parramatta. Businesses hit hard by COVID restrictions are hoping events like today’s ‘Long Lunch’ might be the magic ingredient – enticing more people back this summer.

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