Aiming to take the Irish street food scene to the next level and create a unique casual dining experience in Dublin, brand new food market Eatyard is due to open tomorrow, November 24th. Located on South Richmond Street next to the George Bernard Shaw.
From the team that brought you Beatyard and the Big Grill festival, Eatyard aims to build on these successes and deliver a casual dining experience similar to those enjoyed by food lovers in other vibrant capitals around the world, combining talks and workshops as it builds momentum.
Eatyard is set to house some amazing Irish producers such as Northern Irish goat farmers Broughgammon, Meath’s Ariosa Coffee and the Dublin Doughnut Company. On the bar front, whiskey lovers will rejoice to hear that there will be a Jameson bar as well as a Brewtonics beer stand and a Winter Warmer bar to get visitors through the cold snap.
Depending on how hungry you are, at Eatyard you can enjoy lighter bites from the purveyors of the healthy takeaway Piply and vegan treats from Veginity or go the whole hog with BBQ from Pitt Bros, Raclette from The Ploughman’s Daughter or a bulging burger from Bray’s Box Burger.
Eatyard will be open from Thursday to Sunday every week. Food will be served from 12 noon on Thursdays and Fridays with last orders taken at 8pm. The market will open at 10am on Saturdays and Sundays. Admission is free before 5pm each day and €2 thereafter and Eatyard is dog friendly.
For more information on Eatyard click here.