Coming to visit us at our new pop-up store in Arnott’s Henry Street? We always recommend sandwiching your shopping excursion between two café stops (just keeping the energy levels up, y’know?), so we’ve picked some of our faves around the Dublin 1 area. Happy Shop+Coffee-ing!!
Self-confessed deli “mad about food, coffee and good people… and dogs”, 147 Deli on Parnell Street is the place to be if you like your sandwiches stacked and your coffees strong. Check out their weekly lunch special, get fuelled, get caffeinated and get the most out of your day!
Serving up a very special kind of coffee brew (hint: the clue is in the name), Cocobrew has been giving the good people of Dublin their necessary caffeine hit every day since 2015. Owner Tony Devito comes from a food, health + fitness background so knows what he’s on about when it comes to good things to put in your body!
The Tram Cafe
Dave and John found this old tram in County Cavan years ago, transported it to Dublin, refurbished it and the rest is a very happy, very coffee-filled history! Positioned in Wolfe Tone Square, The Tram Cafe is a fab sunny-day spot for your pre- or post-shopping refuel!
Brother Hubbard North
There is a wonderful (and genuine) feel-good vibe about Brother Hubbard. The story of the rise of this gorgeous home-grown enterprise as well as the incredible food (and coffee!) they serve quite simply keeps you coming back for more and more. Pop into their northside location on Capel Street and devour a literal slice of happiness.
Vice Coffee Inc
Coffee | Treats | Bants | Beats - that’s what Vice Coffee Inc. promises and Holy Americanos, Batman do they ever deliver. Open and serving some of the finest roasts around (Irish + International) since 2013, these guys bring the sunshine to Dublin every day, no matter the weather. Located on Middle Abbey Street and less than a 3-minute walk to Arnotts (and us)!
Shoe Lane Coffee
Open at the crack of dawn (6.30am, folks!), Shoe Lane Coffee is a perfect pitstop if you’re hopping off the DART at Tara Street and making your way towards Dublin 1. That said, they are well worth a visit no matter the direction you’re coming from or going in! Pick up one of their single-origin roasts, a treat and a smile!
Lemon Jelly Cafe
Grab yourself some sweet or savoury crepes, get a flat white to go and you have yourself a Lemon Jelly kind of start to the day! This glass-paned cafe on the Millenium Walkway is open every day until 9pm giving you everything you need to make it a Make Life Richer kind of a day!
Fresh, Middle-Eastern inspired food with a local Irish twist plus some of the best-tasting coffee in Dublin, Tang is one of our absolute faves for breakfast, lunch and we'd totally do dinner there if we could! Stop in for smiling faces and stellar treats.