The Legenderry Street Food Festival will take over the city’s Quay from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 July, welcoming local retailers and live musicians to the streets.
An exciting food and drinks festival is coming to Derry next month, featuring top chefs, live music, and local produce.
Boasting an exciting cultural scene and fantastic local retails, the city of Derry has so much to offer those visiting. When you’re here, make sure to check out the best pubs in Derry. The Legenderry Street Food Festival brings together some of the city’s very best aspects for a weekend of fun, food, and festivities.
So, are you hungry for more? If so, read on to find out about the exciting food and drinks festival coming to Derry next month.
A Legenderry event ‒ one you won’t want to miss
If you’re a food lover, you’ll want to get yourself to Derry. The city is planning an exciting weekend full of great food, refreshing drinks, and incredible entertainment.
Taking place along the Quay, Legenderry Street Food Festival will welcome the city’s very best local retailers and producers to the streets from 15 to 17 July.
Just ahead of the annual Foyle Maritime Festival, which takes place in the city from 20 to 24 July, the street food festival will create a buzz and summer feel throughout the city’s streets.
The exciting food festival will welcome the Clipper Round Yacht Race into the city.
A feast for the senses ‒ exciting food and drinks festival coming to Derry next month
Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District, Councillor Sandra Duffy, launched the festival last week. She said it was a great opportunity to celebrate the city’s expanding street food culture.
“The LegenDerry Food brand has really grown and developed into a strong identity for our local restaurants and producers and an umbrella for so many exciting new and established businesses,” she explained.
“Street Food is a relatively new trend. So, it’s fantastic that we can boast such an array of delicious food offerings; it’s a culture that will undoubtedly go from strength to strength.”
A return to festivities ‒ getting back to normal
The exciting food and drinks festival coming to Derry is the first of its kind in the city since 2019. There will be plenty of quality food and drink options, as well as live DJ sets. So, this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Vendors scheduled to attend include Doherty’s Meats, Fairley’s Flavours, Foyle Bubble Waffle, and La Tia Juana. Lo & Slo, Nonnas, Offing Coffee, and Silver Bean are also due to take part. There will also be plenty of vegan and vegetarian options available.
Open all day, from 12 pm to 10 pm, guests will have plenty of opportunities to get breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the event. So, you won’t need to worry if there’s plenty you want to try.