Twilight Market at St George’s

Ahead of the 2016 year of food and drink in Northern Ireland, the gorgeous St George’s Market will kick off the celebrations and play host to the first ever Twilight Market to be held in the city’s award-winning venue and we’ll be there, just as we are every weekend!

The market will be transformed into foodie heaven where there’ll be a wide selection of local pop-up restaurants and food producers, all combined with entertaining chef demonstrations, food tastings, chef talks and live music. Some of the restaurants popping up on the night include Mourne Seafood, Molly’s Yard, Slims Healthy Kitchen, Coppi, Tedfords and much more! 

There will also be a selection of non food stalls on the night to get you into the Christmas Shopping mode while you are enjoying what is sure to be an awesome and unique atmosphere at St George’s. 

The Twilight Market, in partnership with the Department of Agricultural and Rural Development (DARD) through the Northern Ireland Regional Food Programme, will feature in BBC Northern Ireland’s Taste North season, a series of programming across television and radio which explores and celebrates the subject of food and local produce.

So, save the date and come along to soak up the beautiful market atmosphere at what is being tipped to be one of the city’s trendiest food events of 2015.

We’ll see you there! 

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Families with children are invited to come along earlier in the evening, but this event is strictly over 18s after 9pm due to licensing laws.

Twilight Market at St George’s
Date: 11 Nov 2015
Time: 5.30pm – 11pm
Venue: St George’s Market

Important notice for the night

An important notice for the night, and due to high levels of interest already shown for this event, entrance numbers to the Twilight Market will be monitored at the venue. This is to ensure that the health and safety of all our visitors to this event is managed safely, and you may be asked to queue as we operate a strict crowd control policy.

Post Author: Belfast Times

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