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Street Feast

Castle Park, Central Promenade, Newcastle, County Down, BT33 0AA


Join us as we celebrate our farmers, chefs, foragers, distilleries and artisans at the movable food and drink Street Feast in Castle Park, Newcastle on Saturday 26 March, 12pm - 4pm.

This free event will have street style food on offer along with retail products from the producers with a seating area for you to enjoy the delicious food and drink and a live local band to keep you entertained.

@Lush Llarder - artisan jams and chutneys, homebakes and sausage rolls 

@Sushi gazz -  a selection of sushies

@Melter - toasty truck from with hot snacks 

@Nature's Nosh- burger bar menu and cold retail 

@Tom and ollie - artisan cheese and pairings

@Lick Gelato - icecream and gelato recently won lots of awards

@The Fancy Fox - Coffees/teas

@Mourne larder - Irish Street food

@Feast - Irish Street Food

@Pizza umami -sourdough pizzas with high quality ingredients do an amazing vegan pizza 

@Kelugos doughnuts - doughnut van, sweet treats and milkshakes

@Kin and folks - artisan bakery

@Denvirs bar with Killowen Distillery, Whitewater Brewery and Kilmegan Cider 


Music by Irish Folk band, Ceol

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