Independent Coffee Shops in Dublin Town
Dublin has become some what of a coffee destination and it’s bringing a whole host of Independent Coffee Shops with it.
Cappuccino, Latte, Flat White, Americano, Mocha, Espresso, Macchiato… whatever you desire, you will find it in one of these Independent Coffee Shops across Dublin Town.
Kaph on Drury Street has coffee to go or coffee to enjoy seated in their wifi available location. Either sit downstairs or head upstairs for some people watching while your supposed to be working away on that laptop!
Wooden Whisk on Talbot Street has great coffee and even better pastries. This little gem is definitely worth checking if you are looking for a treat with your coffee, or even a bigger option like lunch or breakfast.
Clement & Pekoe are proud of their extensive coffee skills. Choose from their Espresso Bar, Brew Bar or extensive Tea Menu. The team there are always on hand to chat about how to make good Tea & Coffee at home with the very tasty ingredients they have in store. Sure what more could you ask for!
Blu Apple is a coffee bar and deli all in one. Their coffee will fuel you for the day and their deli sandwiches will tick the hunger box with their tasty options. It’s located at the Upper end of O’Connell St so nearest to Parnell St if you didn’t already know.
9th Degree Coffee Roasters are situated on the busy thoroughfare of Westmoreland Street. Their coffee is hand roasted specialty coffee that is sourced from around the world. So next time you hop off the Luas drop in to say hi!
The Morris Wallpaper Company, Talbot Street, Dublin 1
The Morris Wallpaper Stores is another coffee delight on Talbot Street. The name is the original building’s business that was discovered when the owners began refurbishing the facade only to see the name remained under the paint. They decided to keep the name, and then this great coffee shop was born.
This sleek minimalist designed coffee shop has a simple yet tasty menu and as well as perfectly roasted coffee, this is the cheeky little sister of Roasted Brown and sits just around the corner from a busy Connolly Train Station.
Vice at Wigwam, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1
Crafting some of Dublin’s finest coffees since Jan 2013 Vice Coffee Inc is a multi roaster coffee bar located inside Wigwam – formerly know as the Twisted Pepper. While your in having a coffee, try out their famous toasties and enjoy their relaxed vibe.
Simon’s Place has been in George’ s Street Arcade for over 20 decades. This established meeting place sees an eclectic mix of students, artists, music – heads and daily grinders come together for a coffee fix or a snack.
This bakery is making a name for itself in terms of coffee on the go. You can’t help but to gain a sweet tooth when you walk in with their tasty treats on display, but their coffee is just as satisfying as their cakes!
Accents is the perfect home from home where you can curl up with a cup of coffee and dwindle away the hours on their cosy couches. Designed specifically for Dublin’s multicultural & vibrant city, Accents provides a service both day and night for your convenience (and social life!)
The next time your on the hunt for your next coffee fix, try out one of these Independent Coffee Shops in Dublin Town, they’ll look after you! Use #DublinCoffee to join in the conversation!