A new street food market has just arrived in the Déise County and it's making us hungry for lunch.
I know it's only Monday so it's probably a little bold to be mentioning the weekend already but rules are made to be broken and keeping news of a new weekend street food market to ourselves is just far too difficult a task.
It's like when you buy a present for someone and then immediately want to tell that person what you've gotten them. Or when someone lets you in on a secret but warns you not to tell anyone else... sometimes the excitement can prove to be too much and you just need to share these things (not condoning spilling other people's secrets just to be clear, but a similar principle applies - you get the idea.)
The newest arrival to County Waterford, it's called the Phoenix Yard market and gets underway every Saturday and Sunday. Waterford's first dedicated street food market, it features a number of high-profile vendors offering cuisines from all over the globe - including Poland, India, and America. Not forgetting the world-famous Waterford Blaa.
Below is a taste (food pun... get it?) of what to expect next weekend.
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Another market weekend over and thanks to all who popped by, seating on the street, music and great food by our fabulous traders @thesaucycow_ @badass_burritos @blaalicious @nutrientjuice @breathewiththebeat We are just sitting down and now have to plan for a jammed pack Phoenix Yard next weekend. So what is in store for you next weekend 🙂 How about this for a line up, @mercibeaucoupcakes @tacosdonron @badass_burritos @blaalicious @nutrientjuice for food and drinks and @breathewiththebeat for some sounds. Road will be closed again and Seating back on the seat with a few new added features. News coming shorty from Chingon on a new offering from the yard. Other traders contacting us so expect Italian pizzas, African cuisine and Brazilian offerings in the coming weeks 🙂 #markets #streefood #waterford #watefordculturalquarter #phoenixyard #traders #crafters #food #
Located on 39 O'Connell Street, the new market will be open every weekend (Saturdays 12pm-10pm and Sundays 12pm-6pm).
Header image via Instagram/The Saucy Cow