5 Dublin Food Markets You Should Visit


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We are sharing our love for food markets today and we’ve compiled a list of 5 Dublin food markets you should visit.

Dún Laoghaire People’s Park Market: This is probably our favourite because of its atmosphere and location. This market takes place every Sunday from 11am to 4pm in People’s Park. There are many food stalls but only what is great is that you can sit at picnic tables or bring your own picnic blanket and sit on the grass. Highly recommended for families.

Temple Bar Food Market: For a urban experience, the Temple Bar Food Market is on every Saturday in Meeting House Square from 10am to 4.30pm. With a mix a hot food stalls and Irish food producers this market is a lovely place to hang around in the heart of Dublin city centre. From beautiful breads from Le Levain to organic products from Mc Nally’s farm you will always find something tasty to bring home.

The Green Door Market: The Green Door Market is open on Thursdays and Fridays from 12pm to 7pm and on Saturdays from 9.30am to 4pm in Newmarket Dublin 8. It is quite a small market in size but the variety of products is great if you are looking to do your weekly food shopping. The range of products include organic breads, fish and seafood, meat as well as vegetables and fruits. There is also a seating area, a stall selling coffee and treats and a food truck with French crepes.

Marlay Park MarketThis is the perfect market if you are looking to go for a walk on a Saturday or a pleasant Sunday stroll. Marlay park market is located behind Marlay House in Rathfarnham every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. The best day to visit for food is Saturday as the courtyard is filled with vendors selling their goods.

Howth Market: Situated opposite to Howth Harbout Howth Market is well worth a visit. The market runs every Sunday and is not only limited to food. With other 40 stalls you can buy baked goods, chocolates, ethnic foods and also enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Howth at the weekend.

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