Best Spots for tea and coffee in Dublin One
DublinOne is not only great for shopping, it’s also good for grabbing a coffee to go or chilling out for a while, there’s lots of options to choose from!
Located on Mary Street since 1974, Ann’s Bakey is family owned and are the only remaining store from that period. Grab yourself a tea or coffee and have a nosey at their bakery selection and other foods they have on offer. They also have a sister store on Moore St, which is also in the Dublin One area!
Begin your day with a visit to Blu Apple on O’Connell St. This artisan deli and coffee shop is so tasty you may want to end your day there too!
Located on Lower Liffey Street, Butlers Chocolate Café is the place to go for tea and coffee for chocolate lovers! Grab some of their selection to go with your drink of your choice
Grab coffee on the go…..and a donut! Boston Donuts have a delicious selection of donuts that you won’t be able to resist. The perfect snack to wash down with a warm cup of coffee!
Enjoy a tea or coffee while taking in the history of the GPO on O’Connell Street. You’ll be sure to take something in while you’re there, you may also even feel the urge to visit their exhibitions!
The Coffee Bean
Located at 64 Mary Street, this cute café is the perfect stop off point to unwind after a day’s work or a long day shopping. Enjoy their wide selection of teas and coffees and even grab yourself a snack if you’re feeling peckish!
Located at 84 Abbey Street, Café Crema have a selection of breakfast options, sandwiches, bagels and snacks. You can even get flavored syrups in your coffee or tea to spice up the taste.
Costa in Jervis St. Shopping centre is the perfect stopping point amongst the hustle and bustle of the shops. With cakes, sandwiches, wraps and lots more, enjoy a snack with your tea or coffee!
Il Fornaio is a family run restaurant, bakery and café serving authentic Italian food since 1998. The perfect setting to sit and enjoy a coffee while catching up with an old friend.
Mr. White’s café in Arnotts is named after Mr. Andrew White, one of the founders of Arnotts in 1843. The café offers compostable cups and bags made from recycled paper which is keeping Arnotts commitment to sustainability. Enjoy a tea or coffee along with something to eat from their variety of choices off their menu.
Starbucks on Henry Street or Lower Liffey Street are obvious options for tea, coffee and something more adventurous if you’re feeling it! The perfect setting to sit down and get some work done or just to chill and read a book.
Wolftone Square has it’s own Tram Café, which is literally a café on an old tram. With about 12 seats on board, it’s the perfect cosy setting to sit and enjoy a hot drink and piece of cake.
Vice coffee Inc at Wigwam, located on Abbey Street is one of Dublin’s best roaster coffee bars. They’ve got everything to meet your tea and coffee needs but for those who have a bit of a sweet tooth, ry some of their favorites such as the Malted Hot Chocolate made with crushed Malteasers. Tastes even better than it sounds!
Pop into Zambrero on Parnell Street and grab yourself a tea or coffee. You may even be tempted to try some of their delicious Mexican food while you’re there.
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