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3 Main Street, Howth Co Dublin
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Highly regarded Associated Craft Butchers of Ireland member known for quality meats and customer care. This is the place to find the local Baily beef (finished on Howth peninsula), and Lambay Island beef; it is available for only a short season in autumn.

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