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Food / September 13, 2021

Mad Yolks are wrapping up in Glasthule and looking for a home of their own

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Food / September 13, 2021

Mad Yolks are wrapping up in Glasthule and looking for a home of their own

“The first time in over 3 years that Mad Yolks will be without a home”

Starting out as a two-month popup, Mad Yolks has become a fully-fledged undertaking.

For three years, the team have toured around the city, before settling in Glasthule’s Eagle Pop Up.

But “as life returns to normal” the team announced the news that they would be closing the doors of “our little hatch” on September 19.

“This will be the first time in over 3 years that Mad Yolks will be without a home,” the team wrote, “while we have had some opportunities to open elsewhere, we have decided to focus on finding a home of our own”.

The team have said that they hope to open an “actual Mad Yolks shop” sometime this year.

Launched by brothers Hugh and Eoin O’Reilly in 2018, Mad Yolks started out as an independent food truck touring around music festivals and weekend markets.

You can find Mad Yolks in Glasthule’s 18-19 Glasthule Road until September 19, follow them on Instagram for more information.

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