FOODIES Night Markets will have dinner - and dessert - sorted for Tamworth locals this Saturday.
More than 20 retail and food stalls are set to roll into town at the weekend and set up shop, to serve up tasty treats and glorious goods on Saturday.
After more than two years on the road, the Foodie Night Markets will be thrown in Tamworth for the very first time on November 28.
Locals can follow their noses to Jack Woolaston Oval on Peel Street, from 3pm to 10pm.
Organiser Anna Ellis said there's something to satisfy everyone's taste buds, and they're hoping for about 1000 locals to pop by and show their support throughout the evening.
"We hope people take it as a day out and bring the family along, try some food, relax, let the kids run around in an enclosed and beautifully grassed area," she said.
Ms Ellis said there'll be cuisines featured from across the globe, including American-style barbecue, Thai, South American, Turkish and all kinds of desserts.
"The cheesecake on a stick is worth a mention - everyone loves cheesecake on a stick," Ms Ellis told the Leader.
There'll also be shops set up, selling anything from candles to clothing.
Activities can help keep the kids busy, and Ms Elllis said there'll be a bungee ride for the youngsters, as well as an obstacle course, a blow-up ferris wheel and other amusement.
And of course, there'll be music.
Ms Ellis reminded locals that it's been a tough time for the hospitality sector and asked patrons to please be aware of COVID-19 guidelines.
"We'll have a COVID marshall on site but it would be really helpful for people to remember about social distancing," she said.
People will be required to pay $2 entry, sanitise and sign in via paper and pen or with an electronic QR code.
Foodies Night Markets will head to Armidale on Sunday.