Howth Market | Irish Farmers' Markets
Our largest market with over forty stalls. Everything from homemade chocolates to handmade jewellery – and all in lovely Howth! We are located opposite Howth Harbour in Co. Dublin. 10am – 5pm, every Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday. Take the DART to the northern end of the line or the 32 bus from Dublin.
Our most popular and busy market in Howth is now open on Saturdays Continue reading
Using only the finest locally-sourced beef, lamb, and venison, the Chieftain’s Cut celebrates wild and free Irish meat.
The Cabbage Patch stall offers a huge range of both fruit and vegetables, sourced from Ireland and further afield, and all sold with a smile.
David & wife Sabrina started Gran Clarkes Bakery in November 2004. They make all products by hand, using the recipes of David’s grandmother hence the business’ name. Tasty treats include Chocolate Brownies, Rice Crispie & … Continue reading
A popular and authentic Malaysian food stall. Delicious dishes include barbecued prawns, satay peanut chicken, spicy rice, and dumplings.
Where does the word Bratwurst come from? One theory is that brat is an Old High German word (spoken between the 9th and 11th centuries) that means ‘meat without waste’. Wurst means sausage and probably comes … Continue reading
Fine handmade Belgian chocolates are to be had at this popular stall, with everything from delicious truffles to tempting pralines.