Want to shop more local? Here are some Dublin food and craft markets to support this summer 1 month ago

Want to shop more local? Here are some Dublin food and craft markets to support this summer

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From tasty snacks to homemade crafts, here's why you need to check out these new Dublin markets...

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Whether you're looking for lunch on-the-go, searching for the perfect gift for a loved one or simply looking to pass away some time on a Saturday afternoon, strolling around a local market is sure to do the trick.

Thankfully here in Dublin, there's no shortage of local food and craft markets to explore on a lazy weekend, and we're particularly spoiled for choice during the summer when more and more parks welcome new and exciting local businesses.

If you're on the look out for a new local market to support, Dublin's Outdoors have two exciting new markets running until the end of September - Tymon Park Food & Craft Market and Urban Picnic, Corkagh Park.

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Tymon Park Food & Craft Markets is ran by Dublin Market Events every Saturday from 11am to 4pm and it's jam-packed with local businesses selling tasty snacks and local Irish crafts.

Ideal for an afternoon picnic, this market is attended by loads of vendors offering hot food, ice cream and some delicious artisian produce that's sure to leave you coming back for more the following weekend. The park is often brought to life with live entertainment on market day, making it the perfect spot to sit out in the sun and catch up with pals this summer.

Tymon Park's market also welcomes a number of Irish craft vendors, giving you the chance to discover and support loads of up-and-coming local businesses. Stalls selling crafts like pottery, homeware, knitwear, skincare and more can be found here most Saturdays.

Find out more HERE.

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Similarly, Urban Picnic, Corkagh Park is the perfect one-stop-shop for delicious food, delectable desserts and adorable homemade crafts.

Ran by Urban Picnic every Saturday from 11am to 5pm, popular food vendors like The Rolling Donut and Richy Rich Bistro are often found here, making it the perfect spot to stop for a bite to eat on a Saturday afternoon. That paired with some incredible live music and outdoor games makes it an ideal location for anyone looking to spend a relaxing afternoon outdoors in Dublin.

And if you're looking to do a bit of shopping for yourself or someone else, keep an eye out for stalls selling jewellery, artwork, flowers, clothing and more gorgeous crafts.

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Find out more HERE.

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Find out more about Tymon Park Food & Craft Market and Urban Picnic, Corkagh Park HERE.

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