The North Market has announced two more tenants for its market in Dublin’s Bridge Park development.
The Bridge Park North Market is scheduled to open this summer on the ground floor of a parking garage at 6736 Longshore St.
A spinoff of the Downtown location, the Bridge Park version is expected to include 18 tenants, about half as many as the original market Downtown.
Joining the tenants already announced are:
Reuse Revolution - A Zero Waste Refill Store.
Reuse Revolution, a local forward-thinking zero-waste retail concept store, will be joining the North Market Bridge Park merchant community this summer. Reuse Revolution was founded in 2018 by Christy Walters, who describes her mission as integrating accessible sustainability education and community outreach. Reuse Revolution focuses on providing biodegradable and/or reusable products to help people create less trash. The company encourages people to enjoy their lives while lowering their waste and affecting social change at a grassroots level. Walters embodies the belief that progress is better than perfection, every individual matters, and collective individual action impacts the way corporations and governments think and operate. Learn more here.
Lan Viet - Authentic Northern Vietnamese Cuisine
Lan Viet has served authentic northern Vietnamese cuisine to loyal customers at North Market downtown for the past ten years. Owned by Khanh Le and his mother Lan Pham, Lan Viet will bring their experience and dedication to North Market Bridge Park later this summer. Le has worked at Lan Viet Market for most of their tenure downtown, and in the past year, he has taken on owner and management responsibilities. The restaurant concept will show off their heritage and culture through their food. The new restaurant will be Lan Viet's second location. Learn more here.
Construction is scheduled to be completed in August. More vendors will be announced in the coming weeks.
Learn more about North Market Bridge Park here.