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St Anne’s Park, Raheny, County Dublin

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Red Stables Food Market

The Red Stables Food Market runs every Saturday from 10am to 5pm (10am to 4pm in winter) in the Red Stables Courtyard, St Anne’s Park, Raheny (Rose Garden entrance). The market’s focus is on quality merchandise supplied and sold by locally based Producers, Crafts Persons and Artisans.

Stall holders for the Red Stables Food Market include bespoke foods such as hand made chocolates, artisan cheeses and preserves, organic meat, fresh baked bread, cakes and biscuits, toasted nuts and organic produce.

The Red Stables is a Victorian two-storey building, located on the Clontarf side of St Anne’s Park which has been sensitively restored by Dublin City Council. The complex includes design studios, artist work spaces, a commercial gallery, café and courtyard area and is managed by the Dublin City Council. Formerly owned by the Guinness family, St Anne’s estate was acquired by Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) in the late 1930s. The park is open to the public and attracts visitors young and old. The Red Stables are located just off the main avenue, between the world famous Rose Gardens and the children’s playground.



Red Stables Food Market

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St Anne’s Park, Raheny, County Dublin

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The Red Stables Food Market runs every Saturday from 10am to 5pm (10am to 4pm in winter) in the Red Stables Courtyard, St Anne’s Park, Raheny (Rose Garden entrance). The market’s focus is on quality merchandise supplied and sold by locally based Producers, Crafts Persons and Artisans.

Stall holders for the Red Stables Food Market include bespoke foods such as hand made chocolates, artisan cheeses and preserves, organic meat, fresh baked bread, cakes and biscuits, toasted nuts and organic produce.

The Red Stables is a Victorian two-storey building, located on the Clontarf side of St Anne’s Park which has been sensitively restored by Dublin City Council. The complex includes design studios, artist work spaces, a commercial gallery, café and courtyard area and is managed by the Dublin City Council. Formerly owned by the Guinness family, St Anne’s estate was acquired by Dublin Corporation (now Dublin City Council) in the late 1930s. The park is open to the public and attracts visitors young and old. The Red Stables are located just off the main avenue, between the world famous Rose Gardens and the children’s playground.



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