ITB Blanchardstown

Irish Village Markets and the student’s Union at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown have joined forces to bring a  lunchtime market to the campus. Operating every Tuesday from September 25th, this weekly market will feature a selection of Dublin’s finest street food traders. Located on the Blanchardstown Rd N, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, the institute has … Continued

Presentation of €coMerit Environmental Certification to Irish Village Markets

Irish Village Markets, has been awarded €coMerit Environmental Certification by An Cathaoirleach, Cllr. Ossian Smyth and Ms. Aileen Eglington, President, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Chamber Agency. Ms. Abigial Murphy, Environmental Protection Agency, An Cathaoirleach Cllr. Ossian Smyth, Mr Des Vallely, Irish Village Markets, Ms. Aileen Eglington, President Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Chamber and Ms. Gabby Mallon, CEO … Continued

George’s Quay Plaza

We are delighted to announce the latest addition to our Dublin markets with the opening of George’s Quay Plaza every Friday from July 3rd 2018. The weekly market will feature a mix of pop-up and food trucks encompassing some of the finest options of street food including vegan, vegeterain, fish and plent of chice for … Continued

Percy Place Lunchtime Market closes with immediate effect

It’s heart breaking for us to announce the closure of our favourite little market on the banks of the Grand Canal (Percy Place) on Fridays. The reports of rubbish bins over flowing, unsafe use of electrical cables, using toilet facilities of nearby cafes etc. is completely inaccurate and very unfair. Irish Village Markets operated this … Continued

making our markets greener

Due to the high volume of waste generated at our markets, we are actively discouraging the use of all non-recyclable food packaging.  Customers will be able to dispose of all compostable containers in specified bins at each market which will be removed and taken back to our facility in Sandyford, washed and made ready for disposal. We are … Continued

on the hoof

On The Hoof is the newest addition to The Red Bus Company. Custom built by Rory using a Second World War Army water tank, our wood fired smoker is the first of its kind in Ireland. All of the food is cooked using County Armagh apple wood adding a beautiful sweet, smokey flavour to the … Continued

The Reggae Kitchen

Reggae Kitchen brings the fun loving flavours of the Caribbean and the exotic spices of Africa to Dublin’s blossoming street foot markets. Chef Pamela Lupembe is a seasoned hand at catering to international tastes.  After a lengthy stint cooking up delicious dishes on the spice island of Zanzibar and the safari circuit of Tanzania, she … Continued

Laya City Spectacular – we’re on our way to the Rebel County       Anyone lucky enough to have visited Merrion Square last weekend will have no doubt enjoyed the many talented performances on display at the Laya City Spectacular. If you didn’t get a chance to experience this SPECTACULAR event, fear not, we’re … Continued