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‘Urban Food Fest’ celebrates Limerick Street Food

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For one night
only, the historic Limerick Milk Market is being transformed into a street food
mecca for ‘Urban Food Fest’, as producers, market traders, restaurants, and
hotels come together for a unique Limerick food event.
The event on the evening of Thursday June 16th will be open
to the public with free entry, and guests will purchase tokens as currency to
enable them to sample taster plates from various stalls (€15 for 5 tokens).
A family friendly
event, Urban Food Fest will take place in the Milk Market from 6pm until 10pm
as the venue will be
transformed to create a unique and festive evening atmosphere that will
showcase some of the best food and drink Limerick has to offer.
Inspired by the
culture of international street food, the food offering will also have an Irish
twist and everything will be local from Limerick including meat skewers hot off the grill,
freshly rolled sushi, pulled Limerick pork, steaming paella, curries, seafood
pasta, sliders, Mexican tostados, herring and gravlax tasters, and even a
Limerick cheeseboard, and there’s lots more with over twenty Limerick food
businesses taking part. 
Limerick craft beers and local lemonades will make the
perfect accompaniment and all can be finished off with sweet offerings from
local artisan chocolate and confectionery producers (which are bound to be a
big hit with the kids!)
There will be games for the kids too and entertainment for the evening
will be courtesy of The Limerick Lady female-fronted
event of music, poetry, and dance.
The event is the first event for Limerick Food Group, a voluntary group
working to promote Limerick food. #urbanfoodfest #bialuimní
Limerick Food
Group is a voluntary group of people
working with food in
Limerick and wanting
to promote it together. Since
the start of the year, they have been encouraging people to use the hashtag
#bialuimní online to support Limerick food.

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