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Derry to host Street Food Fest 11.06.19

DERRY is set to host its inaugural LegenDerry Street Food Festival from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st July.
The festival, which will take place at Guildhall Street, celebrates the best of locally produced street food and will be complemented by craft drink produce and live music.
The event will coincide with the Open Golf Championship in Portrush and offer visitors to the city and region an opportunity to experience the city’s growing street food genre and sample local quality produce.
Pictured at the launch of the Street Food Festival that is set to take place on 19 -21 July, are the Mayor of Derry City, Cllr Michaela Boyle along with Catherine Goligher, Food Officer; Darren Bradley, Nonnas Wood Fired Pizzas, Andy Rough, Rough Brothers Beer and Gareth O’Connor, Silverbean.
Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council Cllr Michaela Boyle is excited about the festival and said: “This is going to be a fantastic event for everyone... We will have a variety of street food trucks, vans and trailers all located within the Guildhall Street city centre as well as pop up bars serving local craft beers and exclusive cocktails using local spirits. We will have live music performances and DJs with seating areas where you can relax with a drink and some food and soak up the atmosphere.”
Restaurants and bars located within the festival zone are also signing up to be part of the festival by offering alfresco menus and dining options. The festival will run from 5pm - 11pm on the Friday and Saturday and from 2pm to 10pm on Sunday.
Mayor Boyle said among the highlights of the festival she is looking forward to is the double decker bar and dining experience as well as food offerings that will include wood fired pizzas, smoked slow barbecued meats and cotton candy.
Further details of the festival including a list of participating food outlets and a schedule of entertainment will be available over the coming weeks. For more information visit .
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