We have some very exciting news to share: The gates of one of our favourite street food markets Eatyard (Cross Guns Bridge, Glasnevin, Dublin 9) will open once again this coming Thursday (28th May) at 12pm!
The Eatyard vendors will run the same days and times as before (Thursday to Saturday 12 – 10pm and Sunday 12 – 8pm), but with some much needed adjustments to ensure everyone stay as safe as possible.
All the vendors are open for takeaway only and there will be restrictions regarding the number of people in the yard and social distancing queuing systems in place. Many of the vendors are available on delivery order apps.
“We’re very excited and optimistic to get things back up and running with our Eatyard crew,” Trev O’Shea from The Eatyard Crew said. “It’s definitely going to be a challenge for the first while as we adapt to the new normal, but we’re eager to make progress in that direction.”
Some old favourites including La Cocina Cuevas (serving Californian Mexican), The Saucy Cow (serving all vegan foods), and Janet’s (serving dumplings, bao and rice bowls) are back.
There are also two new vendors. Village Pizza is setting up shop serving wonderful wood-fired pizza topped with the best Irish and Italian ingredients; and 3FE, coffee aficionados, will also be in the yard doling out perfect coffess and tasty pastries.
For menu’s for each of the vendors, click here.
The adjoining Bernard Shaw will also be opening up for food and drinks, takeaways and also delivery via Deliveroo & Just Eat.
“To any vendors, chefs or festival operators out there, if you’re looking for a new start, get in touch, we have a new site on the way later this year, or rotating spaces free in the current location,” Trev said.