A food paradise in the heart of Dublin City Centre, The Temple Bar Food Market is one of Dublin’s oldest and longest running outdoor food markets, established in 1997 by a group of Irish farmers and producers with a vision to bring Irish artisan, local and high-quality produce to a city centre location. Over 23 years, The Temple Bar Food Market has grown to become one of the most popular food markets supported by both locals and tourists, and still features many of the original traders including McNally’s Farm and Corleggy Cheeses.
Having closed its doors in March due to Covid-19, the Market reopened back in June with new measures in place to ensure the safety of customers and traders. Running every Saturday from 10.30am to 4pm in Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, the Market has been operating as an open-air supermarket with happy customers and traders.
With many indoor markets closed due to government regulations, The Temple Bar Food Market is a great place for Dubliners to shop some of the best Irish produce while also supporting local business. Visitors will find a wealth of organic fruit and vegetables, delicious cakes, artisan breads, Irish artisan cheeses, olives, cold meats, nuts, seeds, grains and cereals on offer.
The safety of visitors and traders is a priority so, when visiting the Market, customers are required to adhere to all restrictions and follow instructions of the Market Manager and Security.
For more information visit www.templebarmarkets.com
The Temple Bar Food Market is managed by Temple Bar Company on behalf of Dublin City Council.