Place to shop
Dublin Food Co-op
Co-op/farmers market that sells fresh Irish produce. On weekends a café opens. Check their website for monthly flea market and other events. A brilliant local spot that’s off the hidden path!
Cooperative shop for organic and healthy food and groceries. Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
is a food retailer based in a large former warehouse in The Liberties area of Dublin, Ireland. It was founded in 1983 and is constituted as a consumer co-operative, with a focus on organic and wholefood products. The main trading day at the Co-op venue is Saturday, when the majority of sales are…
“Noshingtons - 186 South Circular Road - 20 minute walk. Just reopened and completely refurbished after a fire gutted the building, it’s a family friendly spot where you can check out the work of celebrated Irish photographer Barry McCall. They also have a smaller outpost in Harold’s Cross Park, also a 20 minute walk away ”
“Located in the Ashtown Demesne, beside the Visitor Centre, is the Phoenix Café (Caifé An Fionn Uisce), which serves a range of home made mouth-watering dishes and cakes using many organic ingredients. ”
“Good market to visit on Saturdays & good place for groceries. It's about a 45 minutes Luas tram ride from the city centre. Get off at the Bluebell Luas stop. Walk along Old Naas Road until you reach the Green Door Market on your right-hand side. Address: A1 Bluebell Business Centre, Old Naas Road, Bluebell”
“Fresh, organic, and from local suppliers. Good vegan and gluten free options and famous for their eggs!”