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06th Nov 2019

The demolition of Eatyard has started

Brian Dillon

eatyard demolition

“They are dismantling Eatyard”

It has only been a matter of days since Eatyard and The Bernard Shaw closed. And now, the demolition of Eatyeard has begun.

Even though we are devasted at the closure of this iconic spot, it’s not all bad news. Because last month, we learned that Eatyard will be getting a new home.

The venue, which serves up some of the best street food in Dublin, will take up residence in Dublin 9. And it’s happening soon, too. They’ll open up on the Northside at Crossguns Bridge beside the Royal Canal (on the Phibsborough/Glasnevin border) on November 15.

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.

And don’t worry, the iconic big blue bus will also be moving. As always, it’ll serve up their much-loved pizza to the foodies of Dublin.

Some of our Eatyard favourites will be making the move, such as raw and vegan experts My Goodness and The Saucy Cow, as well as Californian-Mexican joints La Cocina Cuevas and supplier of delicious sweet treats Buttercream Dream.

And of course, the new location wouldn’t be complete without The Bernard Shaw.

The new set-up will run the same days and times: Thursday-Saturday 12pm-10pm and Sunday 12pm-8pm.

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