Woodmans Food Market has opened its doors in Dublin’s central business district to the general public.
The food outlet is located at the corner of Rathdowne Street and High Street in the heart of Dublin’s commercial district, and the first customer has been seated at the counter.
The store, located in the shadow of the old Irish Museum building, will serve food from its own menu.
The menu is based on Irish traditions, with a focus on traditional ingredients such as eggs, bacon, cheese, and lamb.
“It’s very traditional in the sense that there is a huge amount of heritage in the food,” said Joanne McConkey, marketing manager for Woodman Foods Market.
It is the second location in Dublin for the Irish Food Market, which opened in 2016 in the Irish Museum, on the site of the former Irish House of Commons. “
We wanted to give people a taste of what we know to be our heritage.”
It is the second location in Dublin for the Irish Food Market, which opened in 2016 in the Irish Museum, on the site of the former Irish House of Commons.
It was originally called the House of the Irish, and has been a popular location for weddings, business events and social occasions.
In March 2017, Woodman sold its former premises and moved to the building in the city centre, to create the new location.
It is understood the new space is expected to open next year.