Food & Other Supplies
We will have a food vendor on site - a barbecue for Thursday evening, all of Friday and Saturday morning, and a food truck from Saturday afternoon through Monday evening. Food is not included in the event cost.
If you don’t want to buy from the vendor, please be prepared to cook your own meals. You may wish to consider banding together with friends to arrange food. Camp fires must be off the ground and supervised at all times. Please contact the camping/facilities coordinator (Máistir Aodh Ó Siadhail at email@example.com) to arrange firewood.
Centra grocery store at the Killinick Top Oil petrol/gas station (c. 7 mins drive away) has a hot counter (chicken, sausages, fries, hot breakfast items etc) and a sandwich counter, as well as a coffee machine, if you wish to buy inexpensive ready made food. Here you can also buy basic grocery supplies as well as fuel for your car. There is also a laundromat outside the store, in case you need to wash and dry clothes/sheets/etc during or immediately after the event. Additionally, there are waste disposal and recycling banks.
Meyler’s Millhouse Bar & Restaurant is the closest pub/restaurant about 2 mins drive away, which serves the usual alcoholic drinks as well as delicious sit-down/takeout food. The event team will try to have some menus available on site.
Karoo Farmshop & Cafe in Killinick is a specialty food store. They serve breakfast and lunch, and we have heard that they are good, but we haven’t managed to find a free table there yet!
Further pubs, takeaways and cafes are available in Wexford town and Rosslare.
Wexford town has all the usual supermarkets (SuperValu, Tesco, ALDI, Lidl), pharmacies, as well as a convenient hardware store (Woodie’s in Wexford Retail Park). In Ireland, alcohol can be purchased in grocery stores, at petrol/gas stations and in “off-licences” (liquor stores). You need to be over 18 to buy and be served alcohol legally.