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Candles, Cardigans, Cleaning Products - Socks, Stationary, Smoked Salmon - Mugs, Musical Instruments, Mayonnaise - Furniture, Food, Flowers -  Jewelry, Jugs, Juice - Pottery, Pears, Potatoes - whatever you’re looking for we’ll help you find the business that makes it responsibly.  The quality, variety, artistry and deliciousness of Irish made food, drink, arts and crafts is world renowned and our businesses are going one step further by maintaining these standards in an environmentally conscious and responsible way.

Whether shopping for yourself or others, by choosing to buy from local independent producers you are making a contribution to the local economy and community and giving artists and crafts people a boost and encouraging them to keep doing what they do. Plus you go home with something different, unique and special to your visit here.

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Celtic Roots Studio

At the Celtic Roots Studio, we create exquisite sculptures and gifts in bogwood. Bogwood is a rare and indigenous material to this area, which can be over 5000 years old.

Core Crafted Design

Situated near the ancient monastic college of Clonmacnoise Core Crafted Design showcases a large selection of talented and innovative craft designers, artists, and creative’s in the midlands.

Cavistons Seafood Restaurant

Caviston's is a landmark and a benchmark. Everyone knows this seafood restaurant in the heart of one of Dublin's trendiest neighbourhoods. Such is the popularity of Peter Caviston's Seafood Restaurant and neighbouring Food emporium.

Chez Emily

Chez Emily incorporates a lovely shop and cafe - both serving chocolates made in the separate production kitchen, all at the home of Ferdinand and Helena. Light flooded and chic, the cafe is a lovely place to sit and relax after browsing all the shelves of chocolate creations. Ariosa Coffee hand roasted in nearby Ashbourne is served alongside a range of teas and soft drinks.

Dunne andn Crescenzi

The authentic Italian menu combines best Irish fresh meats and local organic vegetables with the precious ingredients of Italy. With a constant buzz waiters and waitresses come with good looks as standard and an enthusiasm for the food and wine they serve. A real gem.

Honest to Goodness Cafe and Bakery

“At HONEST we’re very clear about food - with a few totally natural ingredients & without preservatives we, can make bread that is simply delicious - and baked right here all day! We want to give you good food that tastes great in a place you can enjoy. We want you leaving HONEST feeling well fed and happy, this means being generous not just in portions but in the way we treat people”

Ballinwillin Farm Shop

The Farm Shop at Ballinwillin House in Mitchelstown Co. Cork, is situated in a farm outbuilding in the small courtyard, to the side of this lovely Good Food Ireland Approved Provider Culinary Accommodation farmhouse. The House and Farm is owned by Pat and Miriam Mulcahy. In the shop, expect to find Pat's fresh Kerry beef, lamb and free range pork from the rare breed herd reared here on the farm.

Farmgate Restaurant and Food Store

The Farmgate bakery, situated at the front of the store, starts production very early every morning in order to fill the cake cabinet and dining room dessert table with a fabulous array of cakes, tarts, scones and teabracks, and also to stock the bread basket in the shop with fantastic fresh baked crusty bread.

Connemara Smokehouse and Visitor Centre

Situated on the water's edge at Bunowen Pier, in the heart of Connemara and between Roundstone and Clifden, the Connemara Smokehouse has an enviable position, with exceptional views of the Twelve Bens mountain range and the castle of Connaught's historic Pirate Queen, Grainne Mhoal.

Enjoy... from White Gables

The village of Moycullen, just outside Galway, is home to White Gables restaurant. Ann and Kevin Dunne opened here in 1991 and since then, have very firmly established themselves on the culinary destination map. In 2009 Enjoy...from White Gables was born. A pretty as a picture food shop offering customers the choice of enjoying White Gables delicious food at home.

Foxford Woolen Mills Cafe and Foodhall

Foxford Woollen Mills and visitor centre charts the progress of weaving in village of Foxford over centuries. A visitor tour includes the viewing gallery overlooking the working loom area downstairs, which gives a real insight into the practices of days gone by, along with a talk on the history of the mill. Upstairs, a smart cafe and shop provides a place of refreshment, indulgence and of course, an insight into the operation of the other areas of the mill via photographs and artefacts. Kathleen Lally is Head Chef, and besides stocking the very appetising cafe buffet daily, she also makes a range of Foxford's own label artisan specialities for the shop.

Rua Cafe and Deli

The idea behind this second shop and upstairs cafe is very simple - allow customers to eat delicious local food and also to buy to take home. Having sourced the best of local ingredients for some 10 years now for the original café, these are now available to buy in the Rua shop and deli on the ground floor.

Slieve League Cliffs Centre and Cafe

Tucked away at the foot of the Bunglass Cliffs in western Donegal is the charming artisan coffee shop Tí Linn, where owner Paddy Clarke and wife Siobhan Gordon offer good food alongside local and regional Irish crafts to curious passers by.

Highbank Orchards

Highbank Farm itself has characterful stone buildings which have been conserved and restored over the years. Tours of the historical buildings are conducted by arrangement and give real insight into the care by the owners of this well established old farm and its orchards. Highbank apple juice products are of the highest quality and represent the countryside of Ireland in a glass.

Midleton Farmers Market

Midleton Farmer’s Market, one of the most famous farmer’s markets in Ireland, established over a decade ago, was born off an idea from Darina Allen of Ballymaloe Cookery School and was established by a dedicated and hardworking committee. Most of these are still on board today, taking a pro-active role in making sure the market stays as vibrant and fresh as it was when it first began, over ten years ago. It led the way in this style of shopping, and continues to provide a platform for local growers to sell direct to the public. Saturday 09:00-13:00

Dun Laoghaire Farmers Market

Sundays 11am-4pm. The People’s Park Co Co Market is located on the edge of Dún Laoghaire town centre in the historic People’s Park. The Park has been open to the public since 1890 and features great examples of Victorian architecture with the Gate Lodge and the Tea Rooms, a bandstand featuring the original gaslight standards and a playground. The market is a very popular spot, attracting large crowds every weekend. Over 50 vendors trade each Sunday selling a wide range of products including hot food, baked goods, art and crafts, artisan food products and seasonal produce.

Kinvara Farmers Market

Fridays 10am-2pm. Since May 2012 the market takes place in the Square, as usual every Friday from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm and there are on average, 20/25 stalls each week selling produce such as Fresh Fish like lobster, mussels, crab claws, clams, hake, cod etc., fresh free range Duck and Hens Eggs. Cheese from the world class, prize-winning producers of St. Tola in Inagh, Co. Clare as well as a range of Irish produced farmhouse cheeses. Organic Seasonal Vegetables, Root Vegetables, Fruit in season and lots more.

Dingle Farmers Market

Fridays 10am-2pm. Dingle Farmers' Market is a community of local food and craft producers who gather on Fridays in sun or rain. Catch us at Holyground carpark for a wide range of delicious delicacies, available both ready to eat and as take away. Sweet and savory, traditional and innovative. We truly have something for everyone.

Naas Farmers Market

Saturday 10am-3pm. Naas Farmers Market is known for its friendly atmosphere and great selection of food. We are mad for Local produce and our inspiring and tasty food should delight the grumpiest of palates!

Manorhamilton Farmers Market

Manorhamilton Farmers Market takes place every Friday from 10 AM to 2 PM in the grounds of the Bee Park Resource Centre. During the winter months the Centre offers its indoor facility to host the market.

Abbeyfeale Farmers Market

The market is held every Friday from 9am-1.30pm. Abbeyfeale Market offers a whole host of produce and tasty treats for all the family. The produce is locally produced ensuring that only the freshest seasonal produce reaches the stalls!

Burren Smokehouse

The Burren Smokehouse is a family-run business that was set up in 1989 by Birgitta & Peter Curtin. We believe in Finest Quality Food Products, good customer care and a good group of team workers to ensure that we keep up our standards.

Linalla Ice Cream Cafe

The swans that gather on the Flaggy Shore (made famous in the Seamus Heaney ( RIP in 2013) poem ‘Spirit Level’) whose water laps beside the grazing cows of Brid & Roger Fahy give Linnalla Pure Irish Ice cream its name ” Linn-éalla’ meaning Swan Lake.

Wild Irish Chocolate

At Wilde Irish Chocolates in Co. Clare we’re mad about chocolate and we have been up to our elbows in it since 1997

On The Pig's Back English Market

We have an amazing selection of hundreds of Farmhouse Cheeses mostly from Ireland and Cork County and also direct import from Cheesemongers in France which allow us to have the cheeses at their best!!. We have being working directly with the Farmhouse cheeses Makers for the past 20 years and enjoy ‘talking cheese’!! More than 75% of our cheeses are Irish Farmhouse Cheese.

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