Honest2Goodness - Dublin
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Spending a Saturday in Dublin? Lucky you! Then you have the opportunity to visit Honest2Goodness.
Get to the heart of fresh produce on the capital's Northside, near Glasnevin's twin gems of the fascinating Glasnevin Cemetery & Museum and the beautiful National Botanic Gardens. You can easily make a day of it.
The market is vibrant, lively and full of character. It is also indoors, so the inevitable Irish weather is rarely a problem! There is a great choice of produce, with everybody happy to share their food stories. Unusually, there is a Wine Stall at the market with lots of good quality European wines available for sale. The market is a destination for food lovers from all over the country, but its success is truly measured by the loyalty of the local community
Honest2Goodness is passionate about wine and food, and would like to share this passion with as many people as possible. They welcome seasoned connoisseurs and food and wine newcomers alike with open arms.
At Honest2Goodness, they hope that you enjoy the experience as much as they enjoy providing it.
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