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Container Coffee: Caffeine Pit Stop for Tourists & Locals

Gordon Hickey first conceived of the idea for his cafe, whilst working as a producer on 'You Should Really See a Doctor'. In the...
Art Of Coffee Watermarque

The Art Of Coffee (Watermarque): A Kiosk In A Stylish Office...

      After a string of international and Irish coffee championship title wins, Ukranian Ruslan Mocharskyy, a former music teacher, opened a cafe in Grand Canal Dock. It...

Tamp & Stitch: Coffee and Clothes in Temple Bar

In 2010,Veronica and Neil began selling quirky apparel in 'Wigwam' nightclub, the first home of 3FE (now Vice Coffee Inc). Their idea evolved into what is now...

Kaph: A Buzzy Coffee House on Drury St

Dury St. was once 'the street with the car park'. It is now the epicentre of Dublin's 'Creative Quarter'. At the forefront of the...
Granthams

Granthams: Speciality Coffee With Friendly Service

There's a lot to be said for only doing a few things and doing them well. In the case of Granthams those things are:...
Bang Bang Cafe

Bang Bang: Quirky Cafe Showcasing Local Produce

Thomas 'Last of the Dublin Characters' Dudly, was often seen pointing a large key at unsuspecting passers-by and shouting the words that earned him...

Emer’s Kitchen: Tasty Lunch Specials and Baked Goods

Every lunchtime, you'll find a queue down Leeson street, as hungry punters await the daily specials at Emer's Kitchen. After years spent...

The Rolling Donut: Tasty Treats & Coffee To Go

Anyone who has spent a bit of time in Dublin will be familiar with the Donut Kiosk on O'Connell St - especially the distinctive...

Fragments: Prosecco on Tap

A spin-off from the popular Mayfield next door, Fragments occupies it's sister cafe/ restaurant's former site in a old butcher shop. The original tiles...

Camerino: Bakery, Cakery, Coffee Shop

Formerly home to the Boland family, who owned what was once Ireland's largest bakery just around the corner - Capel St again houses one...