When: Every Day
Where: 9-10 South Richmond Street, Dublin 8
Time: 12 – 8pm
This little haven of foodie delights that is Eatyard began on Thursday November 24th. It’s located on 9-10 South Richmond Street, right beside a guest favourite, The Bernard Shaw.
A little bit about Eatyard, it’s a brand new food market space about 2-4 years in the talking and making, and has grown out of their annual Beatyard & Big Grill festivals, the various flea and car boot sales they’ve hosted as well as numerous trips to destinations like Austin, London, South Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. A mish-mash of all of the above has gotten them to this point, serving amazing food and great vibes to the masses.
Their aim at Eatyard is to elevate Irish Street Food to a new level and bring a unique casual dining experience to Dublin. They are looking for innovative and creative food producers, chefs, cooks or vendors who follow the ethos of doing something simple really well to come on board. Whether you are a chef or restaurant coming to the market for the first time or bringing your talents from an established kitchen out to the streets, they are interested in hearing from you and what you have to offer. This place has a vibe like no other, grab yourself a Jameson and ginger or a pint of craft on the way in and take you time to browse through some of the best vegan, BBQ and burger offerings Dublin has to offer. The choice is yours, we chose a few, cuz we were hungry… We advise you do the same to avoid food envy!
Sadly, they will close on Jan 1st at 8pm, but to make you even happier again, they will then reopen again in Feb/March.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday open 12 noon, last food orders 8pm. You can sit outside in the Shaw smoking area at all times, and head in there when Eatyard ends too. Admission is free before 5pm each day, €2 thereafter. Under 18’s free all day, every day. If you’re a Bodytonic member and you show your code on the door via your phone. You can register for free, and see your code via www.bodytonicmusic.com/members. Pets are allowed, but must be kept on a leash and kept under strict supervision at all times. These guys are just a generally sound bunch who love food and craic. If you are a resident Dubliner or are visiting for the 1st or 10th time we would highly recommend making a stop here. You won’t be disappointed!