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Food / April 9, 2021

Brand spanking new seafood food trailer launched on Howth Pier

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Food / April 9, 2021

Brand spanking new seafood food trailer launched on Howth Pier

By Emily Mullen

Say chowder Frenchie

A new seafood trailer has been placed on the popular promenade Howth Pier. Launched at the end of March, Baily Bites covers a lot of bases, selling coffee, sweet treats, and delicious savory bites to the masses whose hunger has no doubt increased after a bracing walk in the sea air.

Baily Bites has been launched by Fishmonger OGs Kish Fish Seafood Market who operates out of nearby Howth Harbour.

Leaning into their fishy roots, Baily Bites shared an image of a pretty tasty-looking takeaway chowder to Instagram.

Baily Bites is open Wednesday-Sunday from 10:00 am to 16:00 pm, follow them on Instagram for more information.

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