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Street Feast

John Mitchel Place, Newry, Newry, County Down, BT342BP
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Save the Date!  Street Feast 

Where: Newry Market 

Date: 18 March 2022:

Time: 6pm -10pm 

Join us as we celebrate our farmers, chefs, foragers, distilleries and artisans at the movable food and drink Street Feast in Newry Market, 18 March. 

This free event to the public will have street style food on offer along with retail products from the producers. Take shelter in the covered surrounds of Newry Market with a seating area for you to enjoy the delicious food and drink with two live local bands to keep you entertained.

Entertainment:

Martha Guiney 6pm to 8pm 

Parcel of rogues 8pm to 10pm 

Vendors :

Killowen Distillery 

The Genoa 

Greenerguru 

Melter 

Umami Pizza 

Nature’s Nosh x 2 stalls one retail one hot 

Lick Gelato 

Proof Artisan Sourdough 

The Hatch 

Tom and Ollie 

Crawford’s Rock Seaweed 

Castlescreen Farm 

Lush Larder 

Paul Cunningham/ Mourne Larder 

Arata Leaf 

Mourne brownies 

Feast / Melissa McCabe 

The Rovin Stove 

(More to confirm) 

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  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors

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  • COVID-19 measures in place

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