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The weekly farmers market takes place in front of the heritage centre.
This is Dublin's best outdoors store, with gear for hiking, camping, surfing, mountaineering, swimming and more...
This blue-fronted antiques shop does a steady connoisseur's trade in all manner of oil paintings (there's something for virtually every taste), vases, candelabras, silverware, porcelain and decorative pieces from the...
One of the best known antique dealers on Francis St is Martin Fennelly, who specialises in household items ranging from candlesticks and tea caddies to jewellery boxes and French and English porcelain...
Hipster dos and other trendy cuts in this basement barbers below All City Records. It's one of the best in town. It has opened another branch on the quays.
Fine furniture and furnishings from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras are the speciality of this respected antiques shop (which also has a branch in New York), where a rummage might also reveal some distinct...
Some of the most interesting – and wackiest – shopping is done along Francis St in the Liberties, the home of antiquarians and, in recent years, art dealers of every hue...
Hipster barbers delivering all of the latest cuts. All haircuts are €20 on Wednesday.
The town hosts a weekly farmers market on Market Square, just off Main St.
The village hosts an organic market on the first Sunday of the month during the summer months.
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