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Enjoy St Patrick’s Festival @ Christchurch while having your lunch from us!

On the 16th, 17th and 18th of March we invite you to see the festival sights while enjoying the tastes of quality market food while soaking in the atmosphere of the St Patrick’s Festival in one of Ireland’s oldest & most beautiful churches.

Enjoy the tastes, smells and bustle of a street food market which has been running for over 8 years.  Irish Village Markets provides the highest quality, authentic foods from all over the world.  You will be able to munch on a gourmet burger, delight in the flavours of Thai cuisine or try an Irish gyro while watching the hustle and bustle and enjoying the crack of the Festival in the heart of the city.

St Patrick’s may be more famous, but the city’s second medieval cathedral has an abundance of charm.  It is beautiful and open to visitors.  The joy of the market is that it is such a modern food market with stall holder and chefs from all over the world situated in what is an ancient and sacred Irish landmark. Dating back to around 1030, it is said that its bells have pealed over the capital since the early 1400s.

The belfry has recently been opened up to visitors, and you can also view the impressive collection of church treasures and parish silver in the treasury.

So why not enjoy your lunch while walking around the grounds of this impressive visitors attraction, we will see you there?