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Milltown Organic Store

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Opening Times: 
10am-6pm Mon-Fri, 10am-3pm Sat

Where The Good Things Are. That’s how we think of Milltown Organic Store, Mary O’Riordan’s enigmatic and quixotic emporium, on the Castlemaine Road as you head out of little Miltown.
This lovely shop is where you find all the good things, thanks to Ms O’Riordan’s unique vision of running a country food store, a vision that brings together all the good things from the locale, as well as all the good things you need to run a happy house and a happy garden, from wholefoods to wine to a good hoe to that book you need about how to build a brick oven.
Ms O’Riordan has always had a distinct vision of how to run things, beginning with her concept of the Milltown Market, which she created in the old church in the town, and then filled with all the good things she could find in County Kerry. The shop has evolved out of the market, but the same concept hold true in both places: goods things at good prices, good service, and an utterly unique ambience. You feel good just walking in the door of Milltown Organic Store, and you feel a whole lot better walking out with your baskets filled, with all the good things.

Mary O Riordan
Milltown, County Kerry
+ 353 66 976 7869

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