Temple Bar Food Market
Corleggy Cheeses. (Prop – Silke Cropp)
From her farmhouse outside Belturbet, Co Cavan, Silke Cropp produces some of the finest and most prized artisan cheeses in the country, or indeed anywhere.
The finest raw cow’s, goat’s and sheep’s milk is handcrafted into hard cheeses and matur...More Information
St Martin Shellfish. (Prop – John McInerney)
John Mac’s oyster stall at Temple Bar Food Market is something of of an institution. His grade A oysters are harvested every Friday from the pristine Atlantic waters at Tarmon East, off the coast of Co Clare.
This is where the serious foodies gather to sit ...More Information
Judith’s Wild Flowers. (Prop – Judith Wolff)
Judith Wolff’s stall stands out at the food market, principally because she doesn’t sell food. Instead you will find the most breathtaking display of locally and ethically grown flowers and bedding plants imaginable.
Judith is not just a florist, she...More Information
Sabores De Mexico (Props – Gustavo & Theresa Hernandez)
Gustavo & Theresa’s passion for authentic Mexican food is legendary. For 11 years now the spicy husband and wife team have wowed devotees of this unique cuisine with their incredible salsas such as Chipotle, Adobada and Tapatia.
Visit their Mero Mero stall...More Information
Sheridan’s Cheesemongers Ltd. (Props – Kevin&Seamus Sheridan)
For many Irish cheese lovers, the year 1995 is regarded as a pivotal moment, and with good reason. Before brothers Kevin and Seamus Sheridan began importing artisan cheeses for their modest market stall in Galway the fromage options often amounted to industrial-tasti...More Information
The Gallic Kitchen (Prop – Sarah Webb)
Sarah webb began trading first began trading under the Gallic Kitchen banner at Mother Redcap’s in 1989 before she became a founding member of the Temple Bar Food Market.
The Gallic Kitchen now produces the mouthwatering food for it’s market stalls (...More Information
Llewellyn’s Orchard Produce (Prop – David Llewellyn)
Now this is a man who knows his apples. For nine years now, David Llewellyn has been trading in all manner of apple-related products at his Temple Bar stall.
Not content with producing some of the most wonderful specimens you will ever taste (his main crop consi...More Information
Paddy Jack’s Abbey Cheese (Prop – Pat Hyland)
For seventeen years now Pat Hyland, also known as Paddy Jack, has been producing his range of distinctive Abbey Cheeses from his farm in Cuffsboro,
With ten years experience trading in the Temple Bar market he seems to know just what his customers w...More Information
O’Donovan & Minguella (Len O’Donovan, Maria Minguella)
As if in response to the age-old Dublin jibes of “what has Cork ever done for us” – Leesider Len O’Donovan and his wife Maria sailed into the market in January ’07 with a mission. That mission; to make the average Dubliner’s breakf...More Information
McNally’s Family Farm ( Props – Jenny & Martin McNally)
Jenny and Pat McNally's farm in Balrickard, Co Dublin received full certification by the Organic Trust nine years ago but the couple had ceased to use artificial pesticides and fertilisers many years previously.
It is this kind of dedication that has made the Mc...More Information