Date(s) - 19/08/2016
5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Comber Farmer’s Market and Bangor Food Assembly join forces with a selection of Bangor eateries and Belfast’s St George’s Market On Tour. Overlooking Bangor Marina, artisan food stalls, hot street food, a pop-up bar and live music will create NI’s biggest outdoor food experience of the summer.
Comber Farmer’s Market: the finest open-air artisan food market in Northern Ireland, it operates on the 1st Thursday of each month in Comber Square, and is making its first trip to Bangor.
Bangor Food Assembly: the only one in Ireland, it meets weekly on Sundays at the Hub, Project 24, from 12-2pm, where customers can collect pre-ordered fresh local produce. For one day only Food Assembly traders will sell direct to the public.
St George’s Market: the famous award-winning Belfast attraction is heading to Bangor for the very first time. The biggest indoor market in Ireland, it operates from Friday to Sunday each week.
Street Food: a huge range of hot food including kid goat burgers from Broughgammon Farm; pasture-fed beef burgers and sausages from Forthill Farm; Portavogie scampi and seafood chowder from Something Fishy; and pop-up food stalls by local restaurants including The Wheathill, The Guillemot and The Salty Dog.
Pop-Up Pub: craft beer and select wines from The Salty Dog.
Sundown Stage: live music throughout the evening, including Open House Festival Choir.
The last train to Holywood, Belfast, Lisburn and Portadown leaves at 10:27pm.