Going to a cute lil food market is one of the best ways to spend your Sunday. You get to be outdoors, try some great food and have a bit of craic.
Here are some of the best spots to check out this afternoon.
1. Herbert Park
Herbert Park is still quite a small food market, but it’s full to the brim of amazing food options. From doughnuts to mac and cheese toasties, there’s certainly something there for whatever craving you might have.
There’s free parking right beside the park too, which is handy AF, but make sure to get there early enough because it fills up quickly.
2. Dun Laoghaire People’s Market
Dun Laoghaire is one of the most beaut places in Dublin. A walk down the pier is a must on the Sunday afternoon bucket list. Having the market there on a Sunday makes it all the better because after your walk you can indulge.
With over 50 vendors at this one, you could find yourself there for hours.
3. Fusion Sundays At Dublin Food Co-op
Fusion Sundays is hosted by Dublin Food Co-op on the second Sunday of every month. It focuses on world culture and ethic diversity in Ireland.
There are a wide rang of stalls from food to crafts and it’s a great way of seeing the variety of cultures within Dublin.
There is also live music and workshops for those looking to learn a little more.
4. Howth Market
Howth is such a Sunday spot, it’s super scenic for those who want to take long walks and it’s also full of unreal spots for brunch. The market is a great spot and is always absolutely buzzing.
There are a wider range of stalls selling organic produce, freshly baked goods, jewellery, clothing and antiques.
5. Temple Bar Book Market
Markets aren’t just for foodies. In fact, book markets are some of the best places to pick up something really old, unique and interesting.
Running every Saturday and Sunday from 11am-6pm, this is an ideal spot to pick up your next read.