Two Boys Brew: Stylish Cafe with International Influences

Two Boys Brew
  These two Drogheda boys are part of a wave of inspired, returned emigrants that are doing exciting things across Ireland.  After brief stints in...

Two Fifty Square: Melbourne Inspired Cafe and Roastery

If the was any doubt as to where the influence for Rathmine's cafe came from - consult the large city skyline mural on the...

Assassination Custard: Food Glorious Food

Assassination Custard Dublin Window
A hidden gem that occupies a former bakery, in the Kevin St Iveagh Trust buildings, built by the Guinness family for its workers in the...

Wall and Keogh: A Haven for Tea Enthusiasts

When it opened 2010, this was the first tea shop of it's kind in Ireland - offering users a chance to see and smell...

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...

Accents Lounge: The Ultimate Chillout Spot

Accents is one of a rare few Dublin cafes that open late into the night, making it an excellent alternative to the pub. The ground...

Granthams: Speciality Coffee With Friendly Service

Granthams
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:...

SLICE: A Tiny Cafe With Epic Donuts

Before Stoneybatter had loads decent places to eat, there was SLICE. A spin-off of The Cake Cafe, Wexford St's hidden...

Five Dublin Cafes for Mum and Baby

The Fumbally Vegetables
Originally from Poland, Marta's lives and blogs in Dublin …...She's a Mum, a camera user and a food lover. She loves to hang out...

Bibi’s Cafe: ‘Neighbourhood Food’ in a Former Clothing Shop

Bibi means grandmother in Swahili. Chef and owner, Maisha Lenehan, who grew up in Tanzania, named her kitchen after her granny - an avid baker and...