Dublin Bay Prawn Festival 2018
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The Dublin Bay Prawn Festival will be held 17th – 19th of March.
The Dublin Bay Prawn Festival is the ultimate celebration of this special prawn and takes place in the beautiful fishing village of Howth.
Celebrating the famous Dublin Bay Prawn Howth’s finest restaurants, bars and cafés will host a variety of amazing food experiences at the Harbour Festival Food Village serving the freshest, most delicious seafood, cooked every way imaginable, including a selection of special Dublin Bay Prawn dishes.
The Dublin Bay Prawn Festival is the ultimate foodie experience offering delicious food and craft beer, wine tastings as well as live cooking demos, street entertainment and demonstrations by local fishermen all in the heart of idyllic fishing village of Howth. The festive atmosphere will continue into the evening as Howth’s bars and restaurants will host a special fixed price festive menu and entertainment for all. And it’s not just the culinary offerings that make the festival so memorable, the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival is also famous for music & entertainment, walks, talks and seaside antics.
So come on! Escape the hustle and bustle of the city, take the 20 minute Dart journey and enjoy a fabulous day out!
Tickets €7– Purchase at the Marquees from 11am on Fri 17th,Sat 18th and 19th of March 2018.
HOW TO GET HERE
FROM THE CITY CENTRE
Planning on coming to Howth for the Dubllin Bay Prawn Festival? Why not leave the car at home! Travel with Dublin Bus to the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival. Route 31/a from the city centre will take you to Howth and back via Sutton Cross – plan your journey here http://www.dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/All-Timetables/31a-1/
Dart: Take the DART from any City Centre Station going Northbound to Howth
By Car: GPS 53.386N 6.066W. Leave the City Centre via Eden Quay and North along Amiens Street to Clontarf. Continue straight out to Howth (15km).
FROM THE M50.
Continue to the final Northbound exit on the M50 signposted Malahide.
Follow direction signs for Malahide to end of N32 and then directions to Howth along R139, R809 (Clarehall, Donaghmede, Baldoyle, Sutton, Howth)
Tel: + 353 (0)85 8581695 or +353 (0)1 8400891
Howth Tourist Office