Thursday 13 July
Moore Street Market
11:00 - 16:00
Moore Street

Moore Street Market is a heritage landmark for the ages but isn’t just about the basics. It’s got a whole smorgasbord of ethnic food stores  and stalls. We’re talking Brazilian coxinha, Indian samosas, African jollof rice and much more. It’s a flavour fiesta worth checking out.

The Green Door Market
Wed - Sun
Bluebell Business Centre in Dublin 12.

This indoor food and farmers market is often forgotten but it has a little of all the best bits: breads, meats, fish, cakes, crepes and chocolate.

It’s especially good on a rainy day.

Mespil Road Lunchtime Market
11:00 - 15:00

This pop-up market from Irish Village Markets brings a little something different every week.  Try a Hawaiian poké bowl or tuck into a new take on fish and chips with a Panko crumb twist. With a list that goes on from paella and sushi to falafel.

Merrion Square Market
11:00 - 15:00
Merrion Square Park

Merrion Square Market hosts a collection of World Food, including Venezuelan, Hong Kong BBQ, Lebanese, Palestinian, Mexican, Korean, Indian, Fish and Chips, Roast Pork direct from the farm, burgers, and steak sandwiches. Also, they have fabulous coffee, and cookies, freshly made at the market.

Friday 14 July
Órale at Roe & Co Summer Garden
12:00 - 21:30
Roe & Co Distillery

The latest restaurant to shack up in Roe & Co’s Summer Garden are Órale Street Food. They’ll be launching an exclusive 4-course menu, featuring fresh Irish ingredients with Mexican flavours; with accompanying Roe & Co cocktails. Their spicy oysters are not to be missed! Visit Roe & Co’s website to book your slot.

Airfield Farmers Market
09:00 - 14:30
Airfield Estate Dundrum

Airfield Estate’s Farmers Market is open every Friday and Saturday. They specialise in locally grown produce ranging from fruit and veg, to preserves and chutneys, jams, bread, pastries, meats and more. It’s free entry and there’s plenty of bike parking available, while the limited car parking is on a first-come first-served basis.

Leopardstown Farmers Market
11:00 - 15:00
Leopardstown Racecourse

Leopardstown has all the makings of a lovely Friday afternoon treat. More than 20 stalls serve organic fruit and veg, bread, meat, fish and plenty more. There are Italian, Lebanese, Portuguese, Thai, Indian and many other ethnic cuisines to choose from too. Unlike many other mYou can sit down and enjoy your food in the market’s large dining area.

Find out more about what you can expect from a visit here.

Beaumont Hospital Market
11:00 - 15:00
Beaumont Hospital

This pop-up market from Irish Village Markets brings a little something different every week.  Try a Hawaiian poké bowl or tuck into a new take on fish and chips with a Panko crumb twist. With a list that goes on from paella and sushi to falafel.

Stillorgan LUAS Market
11:00 - 15:00
Stillorgan LUAS Stop

Another pop-up market from Irish Village Markets, Stillorgan LUAS market is week known for its quality bread and pastry options as well as a wealth of street foods to choose from.

Saturday 15 July
Willy's Pies @ Hen's Teeth
14:00 - 21:00
Hen's Teeth

The pieman of London is coming to our shores this Saturday, educating us Irish folk in the way of the pie. The second in Guinness’ Summer Takeover series at Hen’s Teeth, this is bound to be a tasty one. Tickets are a mere €20 and include a pie, all the trimmings and a pint of cream, of course. See Hen’s Teeth’s website to book yours and drool over the menu.

Howth Market
09:00 - 15:00

Expect chill vibes, very decent drinks and good times. Head to Hen’s Teeth every Friday and Saturday past 21:00 for DJ sets from local and international performers alike. Click here for more information.

Temple Bar Food Market
11:00 - 15:00
Meeting House Square

Many a golden afternoon of eating has been spent at Temple Bar Market. The most central of the lot this of the lot, this one sometimes even has an oyster shucking corner, and it’s an experience not to be missed!

Blackrock Market
Sat & Sun

With an eclectic mix of art, antiques, collectables, furniture, soft furnishings and handcrafts, Blackrock Market has over 30 stalls and takes place every weekend. It opens on bank holiday Mondays throughout the year too.

Sunday 16 July
Hi Spirits Members Wine Down
18:30 - 20:30
Row Wines

Hi Spirits is a new, Black-led wine and spirits collective in Dublin. This event, set in the chill surroundings of Row Wines, will showcase wines from No Es Pituko who specialise in biodynamic, sustainable wines from Chile. There’ll also be Afrobeat and jazz throughout the evening. Membership to Hi Spirits is only €10 and grants you early access to all of Hi Spirits’ upcoming events. See their Instagram for more details.

Dún Laoghaire Market
11:00 - 16:00

This Dublin market takes place every Sunday in Peoples Park. Over 50 vendors sell a range of baked goods, hot food, seasonal produce and creative crafts. The Victorian-style People’s Park is a great setting to grab a bite to eat. Afterwards, you can go for a stroll along the seafront too.

Herbert Park Farmer's Market
11:00 - 16:00

Herbert Park is home to a food market similar to that of St Anne’s Park. Thanks to the park’s large duck ponds and vivid playgrounds, it makes for a great day out. Plus, it’s bam smack in D4 so a few good Guinness are floating around the edges.