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Glasnevin’s Saturday morning Honest2Goodness market is not simply a weekend artisan market.
It is a weekend artisan market with a philosophy.
That philosophy is simple: in food and crafts, quality begins at the point of origin, with the choices made by the artisan and the craftsperson to make and produce the truest things they can, whether that is growing the best vegetables, rearing the tastiest meats, confecting the best baking, producing the most imaginative crafts, or discovering the most expressive wines. What Brid and Colm Carter, the masterminds behind the H2G market, have done, then, is to gather the most dedicated and creative people they can find, and create a space in which these talented artisans can present their delicious produce at the market each weekend. If you want raw milk or sushi, sourdough bread or farmhouse cheese, organic salad leaves or freshly laid eggs, and swell bottles of wine discovered in the arcane regions of Europe, well then H2G is where you will find them, in a characterful and involving space that bristles with energy. Result? Happy customers, happy artisans, and happy food philosophers. H2G is a vital part of Dublin’s food culture.

Wine enquiries: Colm at 087-9914291
Market or food enquiries: Brid at 087-6294713


Brid Carter and Colm Carter
136a Slaney Close, Dublin Industrial Estate, Dublin 11
+ 353 87 629 4713

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