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Dingle Farmer’s Market

Bread @ Farmer's Market Dingle has hardly been left out of the growing boom in farmer’s markets, and the Friday market is definitely worth a look and nibble for anyone in town on that day.

Farmer's Market

Set on a vacant lot, between the back of Garvey’s Supervalue and O’Flaherty’s Pub, it houses around twenty stalls.

With offerings from Maja’s Dingle Peninsula Cheeses and Olivier Beaujouan’s seafood products to vegetables, meats, bread and baked goods, it’s definitely a place to stock up for a picnic lunch.

There are also some craft stalls including Britta’s excellent woolen jumpers.

The market has definitely been gaining in popularity over the past year or so, and yesterday there was a big crowd of customers.

It’s over by mid-afternoon, so it’s worth getting in early…

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2 Responses to “Dingle Farmer’s Market”

  1. December 12th, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    Ice Cream Ireland » Blog Archive » Farmer’s Market on the Move? says:

    [...] looks like there might be some forward movement in giving the Friday morning Dingle Farmer’s Market a new home. It used to be on the Tracks, next to the back of Garvey’s Supermarket, but the [...]

  2. December 12th, 2009 at 11:39 pm

    Susan says:

    Next trip…God willing.

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