Some good news to start you off on a Friday – Eatyard has found a new home in Dublin 9.
Turning off the lights for the last time this Sunday, the South Richmond Street venue will close after three tasty years serving some of the best street food in Dublin.
Luckily, we won’t have to go hungry for too long as they’ll reopen once again at Crossguns Bridge beside the Royal Canal (on the Phibsborough/ Glasnevin border) on November 15th.
Acting as a springboard for up and coming faces in the foodie industry, Eatyard has introduced us to some of the city’s finest vendors some of whom have even gone on to open their own stand-alone shops – Vish Shop, Just Wing It, Taco Truck and Kale & Coco to name but a few.
The Big Blue Bus will rev its engines and join Eatyard at its new location, serving up their much-loved pizza.
Raw and vegan experts My Goodness will join the line-up for the first time as will The Saucy Cow, another vegan joint. Californian Mexican cuisine will be taken care of by La Cocina Cuevas and Buttercream Dream will be on hand for the sweet treats.
And where there’s Eatyard, you’ll find the Shaw (also moving to the Northside). The new set-up will run the same days and times: Thursday-Saturday 12pm-10pm and Sunday 12pm-8pm.
Keeping us fed and watered rain, hail or shine they’re the true heroes.
(Header photo: Eatyard Instagram page)