**Eatyard is closed for a little break and will be back open JAN 23RD**
Check out our NEW vendors below and click HERE if you want to book in.
Saucy Cow – The Saucy Cow is pop culture meets vegan food. It’s fun, colourful and most importantly tasty. Eat with your eyes first and then enjoy the whopper flavours. The Saucy Cow doesn’t believe anyone should miss out while following a vegan diet. The menu is Southern-inspired and packed full of flavour. They like to follow our nana’s golden rule – if you keep things spicy in the bedroom and saucy in the kitchen you will never have a boring day in your life.
My Goodness Cafe – We are delighted to announce that Cork based, festival favourites My Goodness, will be making their second home in the Eatyard this November. At Eatyard you will be able to enjoy their incredible Vegan Nachos, Award winning Rainwater Kefirs and Kombuchas, decadent raw vegan “Snickers” and other delicious seasonal favourites.
Buttercream Dream – Buttercream Dream are back in the Eatyard & we are delirah. They are Dublin’s first vegan bakery, creating indulgent vegan treats that satisfy both your sweet tooth and your conscience. Their goods are produced in small batches for ultimate freshness and quality, using local ingredients and recyclable packaging and materials.
La Cocina Cuevas – Jeremy Cuevas born and raised in Lodi California, started his chef life at a young age under the watchful eye of his Abuela (grandmother). She owned a mexican restaurant in Lodi, which started as a taco shack on Highway 12. He studied and worked for a decade in several of London’s top restaurants. Now he has come to Ireland where he is cooking his modern take on the food his Abuela taught him to cook so many years ago in her restaurant, La Cocina Cuevas. These guys have been popping up in lots of different events Like Guinness 232 & Franks wine bar on Camden Street recently we had to get them into our new Eatyard & check them out!
Eatyard presents The Wine & Cheese Bar – Following on from the success of the Wine & Cheese Festival in the Iveagh Gardens this summer, Eatyard has decided to launch it’s very own Wine & Cheese bar upstairs in The Bernard Shaw. We’ve teamed up with the experts at Wine Lab to bring an interesting selection of wines on tap to the bar, along with rotating cocktails and limited edition wines. The line up includes a range of natural wines, orange wines and of course some bubbles. Cheeseboards will feature some great Irish and European artisan cheese and will change depending on seasonal availability. For the more carnivorous folk, there’s a tasty curated charcuterie board too.
Any Mac – Another great part of The Wine & Cheese Festival this tasty Mac & Cheese can be ordered via The Bernard Shaw menu or at the bar. With optional signature bacon crumb
Nothing above tickle your fancy? Check out our in-house menu here
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The Eatyard is our hugely popular food market / event space on 9-10 South Richmond St right next door to us here at The Bernard Shaw.
Now entering it’s 4th year it has grown out of our annual Beatyard & Big Grill festivals, the various flea and car boot sales we’ve hosted and numrous trips to destinations like Austin, London, South Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. Eatyard’s aim is to elevate Irish Street Food to a new level and bring a unique casual dining experience to Dublin.
We’re always on the hunt for innovative & creative food producers, chefs, cooks or vendors who follow the ethos of doing something simple really well. Whether you are coming to the market for the first time or bringing your talents from an established kitchen out to the streets, we are interested in hearing from you and what you have to offer. If you’d like to get in touch fill out the application form below or if you’ve any questions hit us up direct at email@example.com