On the 15th & 17th of March (from 10am to 7pm) we invite you to see the festival sights and enjoy the tastes of quality market food, listen to live Céilí music while soaking in the atmosphere of the St… Continue reading
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The Big Dogs Breakfast Bar is an… Continue reading
John Brogan – Irish Hand-Made Children’s Cardigans, from Donegal. The softest cardigans but OH so colourful, just like John with that beautiful soft accent he… Continue reading
Now in its 8th year Culture Night 2013 promises to be a diverse evening where you can experience the myriad of cultural possibilities your city has to offer… for free!
We are delighted to be taking part. Naturally we… Continue reading
Joining us at our East Point market is Ciaran’s Crepes which is a a recently established mobile crepe stall serving GLUTEN FREE, delicious, substantial savoury crepes and some delish sweet crepes too !
From Dublin Ciaran prides himself on serving top quality,… Continue reading
Christchurch Market on Saturday’s from 11am to 5pm is a wonderful way to spend some time. Not alone can you flavour the delights from traders at our Irish Village Market but you can do so in the grounds of the… Continue reading
Dave’s Wood-Fired Pizza is run by both Dave and his brother Karl. They were the first mobile wood-fired pizza company in the country. Dave and Karl offer a variety of mouth-watering fresh sourdough wood-fired pizzas made to order with cool,… Continue reading
The Big Cheese are bringing famous “Raclette” dishes to the market. Raclette is a Swiss dish that is very popular in the alpine areas of both Switzerland and France and which is now slowly starting to make its way across… Continue reading
Little Marrakesh is an idea by two friends and fellow food enthusiasts to bring authentic Moroccan food to the streets of Dublin city.
Paul Kavanagh a chef of fifteen years worked at several Michellin starred restaurants here in Ireland and… Continue reading
While you are sitting at your desk avoiding thoughts of sunnier climates, struggling to stay off Facebook and Twitter (well done on that one!), ignoring the rumbles from your lower regions (we’re talking stomachs here) we bring you this week’s… Continue reading
On the 16th, 17th and 18th of March we invite you to see the festival sights while enjoying the tastes of quality market food while soaking in the atmosphere of the St Patrick’s Festival in one of Ireland’s oldest &… Continue reading