For anyone who LOVES a quirky market full of hidden gems and cute finds, this weekend is set to be a treat.
There are a fab few markets happening this weekend and we are pretty excited. Here's a quick round-up of what's on:
Design and Crafts Market in The George
Taking place in The George nightclub between 12pm and 6pm on Saturday, November 2, the monthly 'Fabulous Market' is back.
Expect glorious finds such as clothing, jewellery, home decor, Irish made art and sustainable living bits spread over two floors.
There will also be live music, tarot card readings and delicious vegan treats, making it the potential highlight of your weekend.
Dublin Alternative Market - Halloween Edition
Taking place in the Grand Social on Liffey Street, Dublin Alternative Market is hosting a special Halloween edition this weekend.
On Saturday, November 2 between 12pm and 6pm, the venue is set to be packed with loads of unreal stalls, namely ones selling alternative, metal, goth, retro, esoteric and medieval bits.
There'll also be the opportunity to have a beverage or two and even a slice of The Grand Social's own pizza.
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Art prints and posters and patches and badges, dolls in glass jars that look pretty savage. Skulls and bone jewelry, occult symbols on rings, bought ourselves all these macabre things #alternativemarket #dublinmarket #bonejewelry #gubudolls #skulls #occultjewelry #macabre #aspookyshop
South William Market at Bloody Mary's
Also taking place this Saturday, Bloody Mary's is set to host a "boutique market, with hand-picked top-notch traders."
As well as hosting the market, Bloody Mary's will also have a full bar where they'll serve up drink specials and vegan and veggie hot food offerings.
The market takes place on Saturday, November 2 between 12pm and 5pm.
Hosted by Urban Markets in The Well at St Stephen's Green, Market On The Green is Dublin's newest city centre market.
Taking place on Sunday, November 3 between 12pm and 5pm, the market will feature "Irish startups, local traders, creatives and artists selling vinyl, vintage and sustainable clothing, art, jewellery, homewares and curiosities."
Shoppers will also have the chance to enjoy delicious bites and brews from Dublin Pizza Company as well as coffee and treats from The Well Cafe.