Baileys Treatyard Comes to Eatyard – November is Going to be Absolutely Delicious

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Dublin’s glorious food marketplace is about to get an extremely indulgent upgrade this November. Eatyard, located next door to The Bernard Shaw, has been home to many of Dublin’s street food vendors and now it’s going to be welcoming one of Ireland’s favourite liqueurs for one weekend only.

Baileys is teaming up with Eatyard for an extra special experience, the Baileys Treatyard, where guests can enjoy delectable cocktails made with the good stuff.

Baileys Eatyard

On Friday 10th, Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th November, there will be a new pop up stand at the city centre venue offering amazing treats and desserts from some of the best international and local confectioners, baristas, shakers, bakers and creamers. Oozing with indulgence, it will be 100% Instalicious!

The grown-ups only experience will follow in the footsteps of Baileys’ partnerships worldwide, bringing it back home and setting up shop for Irish locals and visitors alike.

We can expect delicious puddings from Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, the team behind San Francisco’s famous Cruffin, MOLCi who are an exceptional hot chocolate and churro food truck hailing from Dublin, as well as Delish Melish and Zuko’s Bakery.

And at the bar, there will be “Don’t mind if I Baileys”-inspired drinks, from the classic Baileys over ice to the ultimate Baileys milkshakes.

“As a small delicious treat, [we are] very much centred on playful indulgence. We’re excited to see this come to life through our collaboration with the team at Eatyard.

We’re inviting lovers of both Baileys and treats to come down and try the amazing creations made especially for Treatyard by some of the best Irish, British and American treat makers, shakers and bakers,” says Baileys Global Culture Manager, Orla Nagle.

Make sure to stop by Eatyard from 3-10pm to enjoy this indulgent experience.

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