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Huge New Food Market hits Dublin 2, 2010

This exciting event is happening on Tuesday 14th September, 2010 at 11am. Anyone and everyone who has an interest in foods should be there, to savor the delicasis and become involved.........


The greatest Food Emporium to hit Dublin is about to happen

Dublin City Markets is launching on Tuesday the 14th September, 2010 at the Park Centre, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, with a huge Food selection based indoors. This event provides a wide multicultural range of foods to buy, eat and enjoy.

Multicultural Stalls
Falalel cooking, Lebanese foods, German Frankfurters, Italian and Local Produce are some of the many items you can view and buy at these famous markets

All produce sold at the market are grown or crafted by the stall holders and is either Organic or a related foodstuff, etc.
If you have ever visited European countries, such as Belgium, France, Spain or Germany, you will no doubt have discovered street markets are their treasures, teaming with colour, vibrant energy and traditionally a meeting ground for the local community and visiting tourists.
So why not call to Park Place, Harcourt Street on Thursday and see it happening!

Harcourt Street

    Harcourt Street railway station is a former railway terminus in Dublin. The station served as the terminus of the line from Dublin to the town of Bray in County Wicklow, although it opened in 1859 after the initial opening of the railway line itself.

    The station facade was designed by George Wilkinson, and contained a central arch and a colonnade of doric columns. The station itself was constructed on an embankment, which led to the platforms being raised and a store in the undercroft for bonded spirits (similar to St Pancras in London).

    The station is perhaps most famous for a train crash in 1900 - a train from Enniscorthy failed to stop and crashed through the end wall of the station onto Hatch Street, with the locomotive left dangling in mid-air.

    The station continued operating until 1958, when Córas Iompair Éireann, during its rationalisation programme of the railway network, closed the line from Harcourt Street. However, the trackbed was maintained in case of future use of the alignment. Although Harcourt Street is no longer used for heavy rail, the Luas light rail network that opened in 2004 utilised the route, with a new stop opened in front of the old station. The station building has been converted into a leisure venue with bars and music venues.

    The owners, Clancourt Management, have re-invented all the Archways and the station has become a restaurant and retail distribution outlet. The DUBLIN CITY MARKET is under cover of some of the Archways and provide a wonderful and exciting venue right in the centre of Dublin. This market is not to be missed.

    This Market has sustained its opening surge and is providing Stall Holders with a unique opportunity. The huge interactive crowds are causing stalls to sell out by 2pm in the day. Stall Holder spaces are now at a premium and are allocated on a continued support basis. Missing a day means losing your spot!

    A list of potential nearby Companies include: Arthur Cox, Deloite & Touche, Barclays, Hibernian, Ernest and Young, HSBC, Garda Siochana Head Quarters. There are 15 thousands people working within 3 minutes of the market. Over 20 thousand leaflets are being distributed as well as many Corporate emails and notice board posters.

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wild boar
cured meats
caribbean delights
delicious French pastries and crepes.

Customers can sample the products or relax with a coffee and a newspaper while listening to some of the best local musicians as they play live.

Contact Info

Dublin City Markets.
Russborough, Blessington,
Co. Wicklow

Mobile: 087 6115016

Telephone (Tues): 045 857497