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Not just your usual seasonal Irish vegetable market, this rather elegant series of outdoor stalls sells slightly more exotic bread and vegetables than the norm. It also offers homemade Italian foodstuffs, mussels and wild Irish salmon. The produce tends to be organic where possible and the chocolates are handmade, so you know that this could be quite a pricey but worthwhile little jaunt!
The Moore Street Market is a long-established Dublin tradition, and the stalls sell everything from electrical gear to fresh fruit, vegetable, and fish. Mondays and Saturdays are probably your best bet for fresh items. There are no more authentic fruit and vegetable market in the city. The main stalls sell the food items but the Moore Street Market attracts all types who will sell you just about anything. From prams full of cigarettes to stalls stocking monster-sized chocolate bars; you name it, you can probably find it here. Just go listen to the banter for a real flavor of Dublin.
This popular south Dublin market is located in a Georgian house with all its features virtually intact. Over 50 stalls are collected here, selling jewellery, pine furniture, antiques, bric a brac, shoes, clothing, books, music and much more. With its restaurant and cafe, the Blackrock Market makes for a very pleasant Sunday afternoon excursion. The market has a great reputation amongst Dublin's bargain hunters.