We deliver corporate orders in the nearest vicinity (please see map) for free between 7.30 a.m. and 4.00 p.m.
To place an order, please phone us on (01) 4782758, or email
For lunchtime delivery please place your order before 11.00am.
Morton's began in the 1930's when bicycles were the normal modes of transport, and how Charles Morton used to make his way to the Fish Market in Smithfield, and the fish was delivered by horse and cart.
These were the beginnings of Morton's on Dunville Avenue in 1934. Of course, while many things have changed, we like to think that some things remain the same, the quality and range of our produce and the friendly faces that greet you.
On 14 February 1900, a train from Enniscorthy failed to stop and went through the buffers and the wall of the station, sending debris over Hatch Street. Nobody was killed, though the driver, William Hyland, had his right arm amputated at the scene.
The last train left Harcourt Street at 4:25pm on 31 December 1958. One interesting event that occurred was that when this train began crossing The Nine Arches Viaduct between Milltown and Dundrum, the staff of the nearby laundry turned out in force and blew sirens as the train crossed the viaduct for the last time.