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Food / April 7, 2021

Three food trucks have been announced for Bray’s 2021 festival Beach Yard

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Food / April 7, 2021

Three food trucks have been announced for Bray’s 2021 festival Beach Yard

By Emily Mullen

“We look forward to meeting you soon”

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 Yard will be no exception. Organisers have launched the food festival that will take place in The Anchor, Bray’s beloved seafront bar known for its big beer garden and terrace.

Some of the food lineup has been announced, with Little Dumpling Restaurant popup first up. Joined by grilled cheesers Griolladh and hometown heroes Dirt Birdz, who will be all moored up in the heart of the seaside town.

The Bray burger slingers Dirt Birdz announced the news on Instagram, “we’re delighted to join the team down at the @beachyard_ on Bray seafront 💖 We will be whipping up some tasty grub for the lovely seafront visitors”.

Little is known about the festival’s date, but reading between the lines it appears to be happening during the summer. The organisers have urged people to follow their Instagram “for more announcements and schedules”.

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