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Food / April 19, 2021

Bray’s popup food festival Beach Park opens today

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Food / April 19, 2021

Bray’s popup food festival Beach Park opens today

By Emily Mullen

“We look forward to meeting you”

Probably the only festival we will be attending this year will revolve around food, so it’s best to keep a note of every single one that crops up, of which Beach Park will be no exception. The festival which launched on April 19, will take place in The Anchor, Bray’s beloved seafront bar known for its big beer garden and terrace.

Organisers have drawn up a pretty solid lineup for the festival, with Pog, Little Dumpling Restaurant, Gaucho’s Dog, grilled cheesers Griolladh and hometown heroes Dirt Birdz all in attendance. There will be beverages from Glovers, who will be providing coffee, loose leaf teas, hot chocolates, iced teas, and smoothies.

The festival kicks off at 12pm, and the organisers have urged people to follow their Instagram “for more announcements and schedules”.

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