Mulloys

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3, West Pier, Howth Co Dublin
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Third generation fishmongers with a shop, processing plant and smokery

Mulloys

Thomas Mulloy Ltd., the Dublin fishmongers well known on Lower Baggot Street for many years, moved out to Howth and are now well established in 'fish shop central' on the West Pier.


Here the family business grows into its third generation with a new processing factory, smokery and retail shop.


They specialise in prime fish and their own premium smoked salmon, and also offer a range of groceries including dried seaweeds and other speciality products.

Open:Mon 9-3.30,Tue-Fri 9-6, Sat 9-5, Sun 11-5. abbreviations

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