Trademarket, a new food and retail market, is taking up the empty space that was the former Movie House Cinema on Belfast’s Dublin Road.
With the market due to open at the end of this month, a number of local food and retail vendors have now been announced.
Trademarket Belfast is a pop-up shipping container market that will take place at the former Movie House Cinema site on the Dublin Road.
After the success of Common Market, interest is growing Trademarket as progress is well underway. So, let’s take a look at the food and retail vendors revealed for the new Belfast market.
Food vendors – a nice mix
There are a number of fantastic local food vendors now revealed for Trademarket. Pipián is a new street food concept from the people behind Freight Belfast. They specialise in California-style burritos.
Next, Pi Guy has also been confirmed. Specialising in delicious sourdough pizza, the popular pizza pop-up is a nice fit for the new market.
Rebel and Ruse will bring BBQ to Belfast’s latest outdoor market, while Pie Queen is offering a mix of sweet and savoury pies paired with coffee from Napoleon.
Kubo will bring a taste of the Philippines to Belfast with their Filipino BBQ, street food and signature Kamayan kits.
Hey Chick has also been a popular vendor in Belfast recently and will be providing the best in fried chicken and vegan junk food at Trademarket.
For those looking for something a little sweeter, you can indulge in Moon Gelato, which already has a home in Common Market.
Retail – for people and pet friends
On the retail side of things, there is an eclectic mix of clothing and accessories for both people and pet friends.
Clothing brand OutsideIn is preparing to open its first physical shop in Belfast at Trademarket. The brand operates a “Wear One Share One” concept. For every piece of clothing purchased, they will donate another to someone experiencing homelessness.
Barkey and Waggins is another retail vendor to get excited about at Trademarket. The company provides unique and sustainable accessories for your pet friends. The whole market will also be dog-friendly.
With an ever-rotating supply of local creators and artists, Urban Market will have something for everyone, providing unique gifts from Northern Ireland. They promise to have something new every time you visit.
Food and retail vendors revealed for new Belfast market – an exciting new venture
With the success of Common Market since its opening, as well as Belfast’s staple market, St George’s Market, there is a buzz about Belfast for the new outdoor market taking up space at the former Movie House Cinema site.
Trademarket will play host to some of the best local food and retail vendors. They will be selling out of shipping containers, providing a space for start-up vendors to promote their products in a unique and exciting way.
We can’t wait to try the ten vendors confirmed so far. There might be more to come, so keep your eyes peeled!