A 'Raven’ Street Feast is set for Galway's Westend this August Bank Holiday Weekend with delicious grub, live music, community spirit and real summer vibes! Find out more here...
A community-based get-together, the Galway's Westend Street Feastival is back this Sunday 31st July on Raven's Terrace. The fifth Westend Street Feastival is resuming after a short break of two years (you know why!!) and the ethos and the vibe is that of community, great local food and enjoying time together.
Galway's bohemian Westend area, which is known for food, nightlife and coffee culture is pulling out all the stops with a stellar food and drinks line up as well as live music and the addition of a family face-painting station.
Raven's Terrace will be pedestrianised from 12 noon and will be transformed into an outdoor dining plaza. The neighbourhood’s commitment to green is to the fore of the festival, with a partnership with Walsh Waste ensuring that there is no trace and that all waste created is recycled and composted correctly.
Bring your appetite, as the food vendor line up is pretty special and includes BóTown Burgers, Hooked on Henry Street, Murphy#s Ice Cream, Álainn, Space Cowboys Tacos, Handsome Burger, Ember Firehouse, An Tobar Nua, Tartare, Danny Donuts and Sweet Dreams confectionery. Drinks and the rest will be available from the Salthouse, McGuire's Daybreak and Gourmet Tart Co. So it's safe to say the Galway's Westend community has you well and truly covered for all you might need on the day!
The Street Feastival will run from 12 noon until 6pm (weather-dependent, of course!) and it is wheelchair accessible. There will be live music happening throughout the day so it's going to be the perfect place to hang out with friends, family and loved ones.
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