Trademarket Belfast: Belfast’s Exciting New Outdoor Market
Updated On: December 18, 2022
The Trademarket Belfast
Belfast is filled with fantastic bars and restaurants as well as amazing market spaces. These open air market bars are gaining popularity throughout Belfast with The Trademarket joining the ranks of Haymarket and Common Market. These versatile dog and family friendly venues allow people in Belfast to enjoy a drink outside without infringing on the ban on public drinking. They also give small businesses and restaurants a chance to thrive and find new audiences.
The Trademarket Belfast is unique in that it is situated in a series of storage containers. Read on to find out what awaits you at Belfast’s newest outdoor market.
Where is the Trademarket Belfast?
Taking up the space where the Movie House Dublin Road once sat, the Trademarket brings new life to the bustling Dublin Road.
Location: 14-16 Dublin Rd, Belfast BT2 7HB
Trademarket Belfast Shops
A great shop on any vintage shopping spree through Belfast, why not find something old, borrowed, or blue while perusing the market? Also a great place to buy a jacket if the weather turns a bit cold while you are enjoying your pint in the market.
Opening Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 12pm – 7pm
Barkley & Waggins
Trademarket Belfast is dog-friendly and not only that, they have a cute dog boutique so you can treat your best friend while visiting the market together.
Bethany Fruit Market
A great place to get some fresh local produce perfect to take home for dinner or to have as a snack while enjoying the sun at the market (or huddling for warmth under the canopy).
This fantastic business provide streetwear which is not only fashionable but also helps give back to those experiencing homelessness. If you buy a Wear One Share One hat from them, a homeless person will get one too. They do a lot of very important work beyond just making beautiful and long lasting clothing items for you to buy.
Another great place to buy a jacket or a hat if the weather turns a bit cold while you are enjoying your pint or food in the market.
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Featuring works from lots of independant businesses around Northern Ireland, Urban Market is a great place to go gift shopping or to treat yourself.
Trademarket Belfast Drinks
The Trademarket’s two in-house bars offer up gins, poitin, and whiskey serves such as the ‘High On Lemon Pie’ – which pairs Boatyard Gin with Peach, Montenegro, Pastry Orgeat, and Lemon Zest Cordial. As well as interesting cocktails such as the ‘Quick Maths’ a mix of Union Spirit Lemon & Leaf, Regal Rogue Rose, Aperol, Herb Ends Tincture, Prosecco and Soda. They also have classic cocktails such as the Long Island Ice Tea, Bramble, and Pornstar Martini. More of a beer drinker? You aren’t left out. Their taps offer beers such as Red Stripe, Harp, Estrella, as well as guest taps featuring local craft beers like ‘Umbongo’ from Boundary Brewing Company.
Learn more about local beer breweries and craft beer bars in Belfast in our other articles.
Trademarket Belfast Food
- Bodega Bagels
- Brew & Yaki
- Hey Chick!
- Katsu Kitchen
- Moon Gelato Co.
- Pi Guy
- Pie Queen
- Rebel & Ruse
Looking for a beef burger packed with flavour and possibly some chips? Baps is the new addition to Trademarket Belfast but is well worth a visit.
Disco Burger – Salvador Slaw, American cheese, white onion, lettuce, pickles, disco sauce.
Speakeasy – Smashed Chickpea Pattie, onion bhaji, lettuce, korma mayo, pickled onion, & mango chutney.
New York style bagels at your fingertips here in Belfast, offered by Bodega Bagels with loads of fillings and smears to choose from including specials which are not to be missed.
Shroom Melt – Oyster mushrooms marinated in soy and ginger, kimchi, vegan cheese and rocket.
Ace – Avocado, American Cheese, Bodega-style Egg, Sriracha or Ballymaloe Relish
Opening Hours : Wed – Sun 12-4
Brew & Yaki
Offering up Taiwanese deserts and excellent boba tea, this place is the perfect place for a sweet treat and a great alternative for a delicious drink that is non-alcoholic. If you head to Brew & Yaki and fall in love with bubble tea, which is understandable, you should check out our article on Bubble Tea in Belfast to find out where you can get some of the best.
Apple fruit tea & strawberry boba
Obanyaki Wheel Cake with Vanilla custard filling
If you are looking for a great fried chicken burger, you have to try out Hey Chick! Pair your pint with criss-cross fries and spicy korean fried chicken for a tasty treat.
Buffalo Fried Chicken Burger
Korean Vegan Junk Fries
Check out this menu for asian fusion delights and food that will suit anyone from Katsu curry to topped chips.
Katsu Chicken Bao Buns
Thai Green Veggie Spring Rolls served with Ponzu
Kubo brings an amazing slection of filipino food to the trademarket belfast, including filipino bbq dishes.
Filipino Pork BBQ – Pineapple Banana Ketchup w/ homemade spicy vinegar & atchara pickles
Biko w/ coconut caramel – Glutinous rice cakes cooked with coconut milk and brown sugar.
Moon Gelato Co.
Looking for a sweet treat to cool down? Moon Gelato Co. offer a large range of flavours including sorbets to suit any dietary requirements.
Waffle Cone with Milk Chocolate Moon gelato
Strawberry and Banana Sorbet Slushie
One of the best stonebaked pizzas you can get in Belfast finds its home at Trademarket.
The Uncle June (VG) – Artichoke, kalamata olives, capers, lemon, basil, EVOO….(No cheese!)
The BB King – Local blue cheese, apple, pistachio, confit garlic, mozzarella.
Grab a pie on the go or order one for a special occasion, Pie Queen is a great place to treat yourself to some delicious pastry goods.
Blueberry & Meringue Pie
Apple & Butterscotch Pie
A super filling burrito sound good? Pipian is the place to be.
Build your own burritos with fillings such as Citrus Chipotle Chicken & Fire Roasted Arbol Squash (Vegan options available).
Rebel & Ruse
Slow cooked bbq food with braised beef, and mushroom alternative available.
Oyster Po’ Boy – Deep Fried Mushroom, Charred Sweetcorn Salsa , Dragon claw whiskey Hot Sauce & Leaves
Osso Buco – Smoked & Braised Beef shin, Beef Fat Onions, Peppers, Provolone, Balsamic Crispy Onions and Different Gravy
Other Belfast Markets
Belfast is full of great markets, such as St. Georges Market. The only remaining Victorian covered market space still used for a market.
Belfast also has seasonal markets such as the Continental Market in Spring and Christmas.
Want to learn more about Belfast markets you can visit? Check out our article on St. George’s Market, the Spring Continental Market, or the Belfast Christmas Market.