The New Eatyard Opened This Weekend – Here's What You Have To Look Forward To

The new location replaces the South Richmond Street outlet that closed just last month.
The new Bernard Shaw.

Finally, the time has come for Dublin's northside-based food lovers.

The Bernard Shaw and Eatyard's new location is a-go. 

Earlier this year, the city was up in arms when it was announced that The Bernard Shaw and Eatyard in tow were being forced to close due to a lease agreement.

While we all mourned the loss of one of the city centre's true gems, the Bodytonic team were quietly working away in the background to ensure that we wouldn't fully lose either.

It was announced that the new Bernard Shaw and Eatyard would be opening up at Crossguns Bridge, beside the Royal Canal on the Phibsborough/Glasnevin border, on November 15.

The new digs opened up at 4pm on Friday to a very, very happy selection of punters.  

Tacos from Cork's My Goodness.

Tacos from Cork's My Goodness.

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Vegan bakery, and former Eatyard stallholder, Buttercream Dream will make its triumphant return to the new marketplace, joining new additions like Cork's My Goodness, which are known for their raw, vegan, fermented food.

Vegans will be in good company at the new Eatyard because as well as the former, The Saucy Cow, which is known for its vegan comfort food, will be on-site when the new location opens. La Cocina Cuevas, which serves up Californian-inspired Mexican tacos, will also be joining the line-up.

While we were sad to lose the original Eatyard and Bernard Shaw, it looks like this new version will be just as good – if not better. It's sure to be a really exciting time for the venture, so we can't wait to see what happens over the next few months.

This article originally featured on our sister site, FOOD AND WINE

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