Eatyard is one of the coolest additions to Dublin's foodie scene in recent years and the street food market is reopening this Thursday.
If that wasn't enough good news for you on a Monday, how about a whole new line-up of tasty food stalls for you to check out?
The market, which is situated on Richmond Street beside the Bernard Shaw, will be rotating vendors every two to four weeks to keep things interesting and the March collection is pretty whopper.
First up, there's Umi Falafel, Kerala Kitchen and Pow Bao, authentic street food from the markets of Taiwan.
There's also No Bones Chicken Cones, Box Burger, Lucky Tortoise, Veginity and Pitt Bros, who will be dishing up their Mac Attack Nachos (topped with pulled pork, burnt end beans, mac, chipotle mayo).
The bit we're most looking forward to? Bubble Waffle, a Hong Kong-inspired waffle that is "filled with ice cream, fruit, sprinkles, and any topping you can dream of, all so it looks like a cone".
As well as new vendors, the Bodytonic folks have also added a new stage to the market and it will host weekly talks, demos and workshops.
Chef Hilary O'Hagan will present the first one and the market will be open Thursday to Sunday from 12pm.
Bring on the feast...