Street Feast 2016

Street Feast – Sunday 12th June 

“We are absolutely delighted to confirm that thousands of people today took part in Centenary Street Feast parties throughout the country – the largest number of Street Feasts on record! On the last count over 1,200 parties took place involving circa 120,000 people, representing a fivefold increase on last year – over 100,000 people more than last year! Incredible! We know there are a few feasts that were postponed due to the bad forecast; we look forward to seeing your photos in the coming weeks!” 

Group enjoying Street Feast in Midleton despite inclement weather!

Street Feast is a day of local lunches across Ireland on 12th June, hosted by you and your neighbours. They can be anywhere really – out on the street, in a local park or in your front garden. 

Maryville 2016

CEF together with Cork Food Policy Council helps to promote participation in the Street Feast initiative.

Check out Cork Street Feast details here. 


The main reason to host a Street Feast is really just an excuse to eat great food. celebrate your local community and meet new people who live near you. 

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