Dublin’s best markets, trendy food

Few activities are as wholesome as a visit to one of Dublin‘s many fantastic markets.

From north to south, there are large regular markets serving delicious food, local crafts, vintage fashion and unique finds of all kinds.

With so many events happening at different times and places, it’s good to have a list handy. So here are the 13 best markets in Dublin.

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Howth Market

One of the many attractions in this wonderful coastal town, Howth Market is open from morning until around 8pm.

Expect to find sweet treats, delicious meals, and lots of nifty little tricks.

Bushy Park Market

Bushy Park Market is one of Dublin’s most popular food markets, with vendors serving up everything from toast to ravioli and more.

Plus, you’ll often witness live music as well as local artisans selling their unique creations.

We love markets at the Digital Hub

We Love Markets at the Digital Hub on Thomas Street in The Liberties is about community.

It takes place monthly on Sundays and brings together small businesses and vendors who offer vintage and sustainable fashion, handmade jewelry, accessories and more.

For updates on when the markets are happening each month, be sure to follow We love Markets on Instagram.

Emma Brereton and Tara McGuinness of We LOVE Markets at the launch of the new Monthly Sunday Market

Sainte-Anne Park Market

Another for foodies is St Anne’s Park in Clontarf which comes alive at weekends with flavors and aromas from around the world.

It takes place every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Suppliers include Pure Food Company, Hell’s BBQ and Sicilia in Ireland.

Irish village markets

Irish Village Markets brings tasty street food to Dubs everywhere with weekly pop-ups in various Dublin locations.

On Wednesdays you’ll find the Irish Village Markets at Spencer Dock, East Point and The Oval in Dublin 4. On Thursdays the market is on Mepsil Road and at UCD, and on Fridays you’ll find it in Sandyford.

Herbert Park Food Market

The Herbert Park Food Market takes place every Sunday between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., allowing park visitors to sample a variety of delicious foods including falafel, pasta, barbecue, and more.

Blackrock Market

A market enjoyed by generations of locals, Blackrock Market is known as a gathering of local artisans, vintage vendors and food vendors.

A stroll through the market past colorful stalls of quirky handicrafts will make for a wonderful afternoon. Blackrock Market takes place on Saturdays and Sundays between 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Designer Mart Temple Bar

Taking place every Saturday from 10am-5pm on Cow’s Lane in Temple Bar, expect to find jewellery, art, crafts and more at this beloved market.

Glasnevin Covered Market

The Glasnevin indoor market takes place every Sunday from 9am to 5pm on Ballyboggan Road.

Vendors offer hot food, baked goods, local crafts, jewelry, toys, and household items.

The Green Door Market

You will find the green door market at the Bluebell Business Center.

The indoor food market sells organic fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, plants and flowers, pantry goods and more, all with quality in mind.

Useless Project Flea Markets

From humble beginnings as a sustainable fashion in Dublin, The Useless Project has grown exponentially with the growing interest in sustainable living in Dublin.

It is therefore only natural that they regularly host vintage flea markets and nightclubs. To keep up to date with upcoming market announcements, be sure to follow The Useless Project on Instagram.

Geraldine Carton and Taz Kelleher of The Useless Project
Geraldine Carton and Taz Kelleher of The Useless Project

Jamestown Market

Jamestown Market open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday.

The market and garage sale offer visitors the opportunity to purchase porcelain services, furniture, trinkets, collectibles and even records.

Marlay park market

The Marlay Park Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from 10am to 4pm and Sunday from 11am to 4pm and offers excellent local and fresh produce.

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