The Monaghan Street Food Festival is Back

A showcase of the counties stand-out producers and food businesses.

The Monaghan Street Food Festival is back! For one day only, Saturday 1st October 2002, the stretch of town from the front of the Courthouse in Church Square to the Diamond, will be filled with fabulous things to eat and drink.

As a five-time Top 10 Food Destination, Monaghan is gaining a reputation as a great place to eat, and the Street Food Festival is a place for locals and visitors to try new things and connect with the producers responsible for some of our finest food and drink. 

Over 35 stalls and food trucks are coming together to show off their wares, from street food and family bakeries, to local food and drink producers. There will be an array of locally made crafts on display, too.

The Festival takes place 11am-7pm and is free to attend. Entertainment for all the family will further add to the carnival-like atmosphere.

The Festival provides a fitting conclusion for the Summer of Food Series, a showcase of stand-out Monaghan’s food heroes which ran throughout the summer and featured award-winning food businesses including Matilda’s Bakery & Deli and Dinkin’s Bakery; Glaslough Chocolate Company, Andy’s Bar & Restaurant, Silver Hill Duck, Blasta Street Kitchen, Paelling and Such Fraoc Ban jams and preserves, all of whom are taking part in the Street Food Festival.

Food & Wine Magazine previewed the Festival here

Val O'Kelly, Subh Fraoc Ban
Silver Hill Duck Truck

For further information and a full list of vendors taking part, visit