Tuesday treats at Eastpoint

From February 7th, we’re adding to the offer at Eastpoint by popping up with several treat stalls every Tuesday at Eastpoint. Join us between 11am and 2pm on Tuesdays as we will offer offer up the tastiest treats and sumptuous coffees.

Christmas & New Year break

We’re taking a well deserved break for Christmas and the New year, finishing up December Thursday 22nd December (last market of the year) returning after the New Year January on11th.

UCD Lunchtime Market

We’re on the move. The UCD Lunchtime Market is relocating to the square adjacent to the Research Building beside the main lake. Taking place every Thursday 11am until 2.30pm, the street food market will feature: Papa’s Falafels Mr. Noodle Irish Charcoal Dos Burrito Jaru Drunken Cookie A Taste Of Thai Mrs Doyles Tea Company

food to lure workers back

Caterer Compass Ireland hopes to use food to lure workers back to the office Independent.ie Food trucks and outdoor eating will be on the workday menu for staff at the likes of Google, Vodafone and the NTMA Ellie Donnelly   August 24 2021 02:30 AM Companies with large numbers of staff working from home are trying to … Continued

Compass Ireland partners with IVM

Compass Ireland partners with Irish Village Markets to supply fresh food to workplaces THE IRISH TIMES Partnership promises to supply fresh food and tastier lunch options directly to workers Sun, Aug 22, 2021, 18:47 Contract caterer Compass Ireland has teamed up food market operator Irish Village Markets (IVM) to supply fresh food and tastier lunch options directly to … Continued

on the hoof

On The Hoof is the newest addition to The Red Bus Company. Custom built by Rory using a Second World War Army water tank, our wood fired smoker is the first of its kind in Ireland. All of the food is cooked using County Armagh apple wood adding a beautiful sweet, smokey flavour to the … Continued

Lunchtime markets kick dining al fresco to the curb

Pop-up city markets continue to grow in popularity with workers sick of the same old soggy sandwiches. You can’t swing a bunch of organic mud-encrusted heirloom carrots these days without hitting a farmers’ market. And while they’re a great way to sink €50 and laze around on a weekend morning, they don’t really cut the … Continued