Heading to the Beatyard festival? We have the round up of all the important stuff- the food! And oh my will there be food. This year, the Beatyard festival, which takes place over the August bank holiday weekend, is paying homage to food with the introduction of the Eatyard. The Eatyard will feature up to 30 food and drink vendors, chefs, demos, classes, and food competitions over the course of the weekend. All joking aside, the Beatyard has a fantastic line-up this year with all things tech, music, sports, art & design. Check out the full line-up on their website.
Listen up foodies, here’s the highlights:
Needs no introduction!
One of my personal favourite burgers in Dublin. If you haven’t tried one of their burgers yet, now is the time!
La La Poutine
These guys are awesome because they brought poutine to Dublin! Fries, cheese, gravy? A winning combo loved by the people of Canada, and now Dublin too.
Bread and Bones
Bao down- They do the best baos in town. Try their kimchi fries too (pictured)!
Teddy’s has won many a debate for the best 99 ice-cream in Dublin. I have yet to try this famous ice-cream myself!
Tickets to the festival start from €49 (kids are only €5).