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Food / January 26, 2022

Mad Yolks find a home

Food / January 26, 2022

Mad Yolks find a home

Three months after shutting their Glasthule doors Mad Yolks have found a new permanent home in Smithfield square. The opening date is to be announced, but it will be very soon.

They announced their new space in a post on Instagram yesterday.

Launched by brothers Hugh and Eoin O’Reilly in 2018, Mad Yolks started as an independent food truck touring around music festivals and weekend markets. They progressed to a two-month popup, but slowly Mad Yolks became a fully-fledged undertaking. For three years, the team toured Dublin city.

After closing on September 19th without a new venue lined up for the first time in two years, they were free to focus on finding a home of their own.

This new venue is located in central Smithfield adjacent to the Jameson distillery Bow Street and near the Lighthouse cinema.

For more information on Mad Yolks, check out their website.

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