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Val o kelly  subh fraoc ban main
Val O'Kelly of Subh Fraoc Bán who will be appearing at the festival.

Monaghan Street Food Festival returns this October

The one-day festival will highlight the best of the county.


Mark your calendars because the Monaghan Street Food Festival will return on Saturday, October 1. 

The one-day celebration will highlight all things Monaghan with stalls and food trucks set to appear alongside street art, music and entertainment. Taking place from 11am-7pm in front of the Courthouse in Church Square, the Monaghan Street Food Festival will be the final event in the Monaghan Summer of Food Series, which has been ongoing throughout the summer.

Vendors are still being added, with the current total up to around 30, so you know there will be something for everyone on offer. Food trucks and stalls scheduled to appear this year include Blasta Street Kitchen, Matilda’s Bakery & Deli, Dinkin’s Bakery, Glaslough Chocolate Company, Silver Hill Farm, Old Carrick Mill Distiller and Such Fraoc Ban jams and preserves. The full list of vendors as of right now are as follows:

  • Andy's Restaurant & Bar
  • Ballylisk of Armagh
  • Barley and Bean
  • Blasta Food Truck
  • Bragan Skincare
  • Bubble Waffle House
  • Clayotic
  • Coffee Doc
  • Coral Leisure Centre
  • Corleggy Cheese
  • Crepes & Coffee
  • Dernacoo Crafts
  • Dinkin's Bakery
  • Dorna Nuts
  • Flavour Safari
  • Glaslough Chocolate Company
  • Harry's Dog Bakery
  • Hillgrove Hotel
  • Inspirations4u
  • Larmers Butchers
  • Love Silver Ireland
  • Luke Kelly Artist
  • Matilda's Bakery
  • Monaghan ICA
  • Old Carrick Mill Gin
  • Orlden Natural Products
  • Paelling Food Truck
  • Passionuts
  • Silverhill Duck Truck
  • Smith's Ice Cream
  • Stephen Kieran Ceramics
  • Subh Fraoċ Bán
  • Urban Indian

The Festival takes place 11am-7pm, Saturday 1st October from the front of the Courthouse in Church Square to the Diamond. For more information, click here