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  1. Carroll's Irish Gift Stores

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Carroll's Irish Gifts is a retail chain that stocks leading Irish brands and a wide range of souvenirs. Stores are located in Dublin, Cork and Belfast. Read more

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  2. Merrion Square Art Exhibition

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Merrion Square Art Exhibition is Dublin’s only free, all year, open air weekend art exhibition which now has over 200 artists exhibiting. A regular feature for many years in Dublin on a Sunday afternoon has been a stroll around Merrion Square when the square becomes an open-air art gallery. The exhibition runs from 10.30am to 6.30pm every Sunday. Read more

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  3. Designer Mart at Cow's Lane

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Designer Mart at Cow's Lane outdoor market located in Temple Bar in Dublin city centre showcases artwork and designer creations by Irish and Ireland-based designers. Read more

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  4. Honest to Goodness Cafe Bakery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Honest to Goodness Cafe Bakery in Dublin city centre provides only in store made and baked bread served with meats cooked in store along with all the other ingredients. Providing an eat in or take out service. Read more

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  5. Shotsy Vintage

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Based in the heart of Temple Bar, Shotsy's collection of ladies and gents vintage clothing spans 5 decades. Read more

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  6. The Donegal Shop

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Donegal Shop is a 100% independently owned Irish shop which has been in business since 1995. Read more

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  7. Irish Celtic Craftshop

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Irish Celtic Craftshop is a treasure trove of gifts. A family run business since 1992, this shop has an ideal location in the oldest part of Dublin beside Christchurch Cathedral. Read more

  8. Arnotts Ltd.

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located in the heart of Dublin City, Arnotts is Ireland’s oldest department store as well as one of its largest. In addition to housing clothing, accessories and homewares, Arnotts is also home to four restaurants. Read more

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  9. Djinn Jewellery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Designer/maker Simon Phelan has spent years training and working in India and Dublin with metalsmiths, gem designers and enamelists and his work can be exclusively seen at his studio and shop 'Djinn Jewellery' on Wexford Street Dublin. Read more

  10. Kilkenny

    Dublin City, Dublin

    With stores around the country including its Nassau Street location in Dublin City Centre, Kilkenny is the place to go for Irish-designed products. The company has been in existence for 50 years and continues to sell pottery, fashion and more. Read more

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