Food Village at centre of New Year Festival Dublin activities

Concerts, a live music trail, culture, art and spoken word events . . . and a place to refuel

Luminosity will be lighting up Dublin landmarks during the three-day New Year Festival Dublin (December 30th-January 1st), and there will be a 3D light installation at the  food village at Barnardos Square

Luminosity will be lighting up Dublin landmarks during the three-day New Year Festival Dublin (December 30th-January 1st), and there will be a 3D light installation at the food village at Barnardos Square

 

NYF Dublin Food Village at Barnardos Square will be the place to refuel during the three-day New Year Festival Dublin, which takes place in the city centre on December 30th and 31st and January 1st. Luminosity will be lighting up lots of Dublin landmarks again, and the interactive 3D light installation they will be putting on at the food village will be family-friendly and fairytale themed.

Open from noon to 9pm (5pm on New Year’s Day), the food village will offer some interesting things to eat on the hoof as you take in the festival highlights.

Barbecue will be represented by Irish Charcoal BBQ with their sizzling pork sausages, and other meaty offerings from Uncle Sam’s Smokehouse. Meera Vegan Food will offer a healthy choice, there’ll be an oriental menu at China House and Spanish favourites at Food Fiesta. Sweet treats will include crepes, waffles, doughnuts and Man of Aran fudge.

Barnardos Square is the plaza between Dublin Castle and City Hall on Dame Street in Dublin 2. See NYFDublin.com.

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