Donnybrook Fair

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Grattan Court
GreystonesWicklow
Ireland

Overview

The name Donnybrook Fair is synonymous with fine foods. This store in Greystones provides fresh and ready to go produce for the locality. Situated just outside the main shopping street in Greystones, the store has its own parking for convenience.  

Layout is easy to navigate.  Fresh fruit and vegetables greet the eye. Much produce sourced in Ireland, and an impressive organic range from abroad. The deli counter displays an array of cold meats and charcuterie. A self service cheese counter has Irish farmhouse offerings alongside those from abroad.  Fresh fish is delivered daily to the gleaming seafood counter.  Meat is sourced by the DF meat specialist from Irish stocks, all cuts are transparent in displaying herd numbers.  It’s very reassuring.  

Donnybrook Fair’s own label ready meals satisfy all eating occasions. Browse the chill cabinets for anything from a pot of soup to a full on dinner. All made in house by the Donnybrook Fair chefs. If you’re in a hurry, avail of a takeaway handmade fresh pizza. Or try the Stir Fry to Go and get something hot from the wok. The DF bakery makes breads and pastries every day. Busy lunchers will find a selection of freshly made handcut sandwiches and salads. If you’ve more time, a small coffee corner has table seating, where you can grab a cuppa and something from the deli or bakery. DF’s impressive wine selection has something for everyone, from bargain bottles and special offers to the smartest of the smart. They’ve thought of everything. You’ll even find a selection of cookbooks and food magazines. What lucky folk they are in Greystones.  

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