New street-food venue sprouts from Brussels

The Protocol may be continuing to upset the apple cart, but the old Arnott’s fruit warehouse in Belfast has been renamed the Common Market as the building starts a new chapter as a street-food venue.

Organiser Will Neill insisted there was no political agenda behind the name — the old term for the EU Single Market — apart from conveying the common purpose of housing independent street-food vendors.

While not a listed building, Arnott’s has nonetheless been a distinctive feature of Dunbar Street for many years, its front wall painted in light green with a dark green ‘Arnott’s’ motif.

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