Dublin’s Eatyard is Reopening This March And The Line-Up is a Food Lover’s Dreamland

Dublin’s Eatyard is reopening on March 8th and we can’t wait to head down for the fun, music, festivals and of course, the food.

With free admission, Eatyard is open every Thursday to Sunday from 12pm and the opening weekend will feature Carpool Karaoke all weekend, with new vendors, two flashy Beamers, a Just Wing It Wing Eating Challenge and a live performance from Vulture Swing.

Some of the new vendors include Kale & Coco, Blue Hare, Ballsy, The Flour Artist, Kinara Kitchen, Just Wing It, Box Burger and Veginity Dublin.

A number of new festivals are also being added to Eatyard’s already impressive line-up, with a wine and cheese festival on March 24th and 25th, complete with cheese boards, raclette and gourmet toasties all on board.

The Eatyard Crisp Festival is taking place on from June 15th-17th and will celebrate all that is great about crisps, Bottomless (crisp) brunch, Mix n Match crisp DIY sandwich, Retro Crisps, Crisp eating competition, Crisps & Cans (together at last), Tayto Vs King – A serious debate, Crisp Tasting Menu (Private Dining), Crisps specials from vendors.

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The festivals are free to enter but buying a ticket in advance ensures your entry and you’ll also get €10 worth of Eatyard vouchers and a glass of wine on arrival.

Dublin's Eatyard

The opening weekend of Eatyard will also give attendees an exclusive look at the new BMW X2. Perfect for those who like to take new directions, the BMW X2 likes to follow its own path.

With dynamic lines and a true sporty character, the innovative technologies bring this car into a new era. For more information and to register, visit bmwevents.ie.

To stay up-to-date with all the latest Eatyard news, visit www.the-eatyard.com.

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