Dublin City Council Opens New Outdoor Market at Royal Canal Park
Published on 25th May 2022
Dublin City Council is delighted to welcome the new weekly outdoor market at Royal Canal Park, between the beautiful Blessington Basin Park and Phibsborough Village. The new food market will operate in the park every Friday from 11.30am – 6.30pm showcasing new local and established hot food, grocery food and craft stalls.
The market is very close to the city centre and is easily accessible from Broombridge or through Blessington Street Basin Park which is a green oasis in the city.
Launched as part of the Phizzzfest festival, last week saw enthusiastic locals descending on this tree lined avenue to express their delight at the new weekly market in their neighbourhood. The market hosts small artisan food producers selling an array of food along with locally and seasonally produced organic fruit and vegetables.
The market hosts an outstanding selection of some of Ireland best producers. Corleggy Cheese brings their impeccable collection of farmhouse cheese and complementary products. They are next to David Llewellyn's beautiful and bountiful apple stall, all grown in Lusk.
We are delighted to have the local Fresh Catch selling their fresh fish and ready to cook fish dinners. Then on the other end of the scent spectrum, local florist, the Leahy brothers, are joining the line-up too.
We have Leif Brot, the exceptional sour dough bakery - get there early - as well as irresistible patisserie from Mr. Macaron. Sweet Almond checks all the boxes for vegan sweet treats, as well as the wholesome homemade ice pops from Kahuna Pops.
Vince's Vines, sets up near Blaquiere Bridge with his display of vegetable and herb plants, as well as micro greens and across from him is the incomparable display from Wicklow's wonderful farm, belonging to Denis Healy.
Come visit the market for a great choice of street food, great local produce and artisan crafts.