Where to get your coffee fix that is Unique to Dublin
Updated March 2020
Dublin is full of unique and independent coffee shops. Whether it be a hip and trendy hidden gem, or a classy high-end setting you’re looking for, one of these #UniquetoDublin coffee shops is bound to appeal to you!
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. A nice touch is the provision of popular table games and a library of books to keep you occupied.
Branded as ‘the sober pub’, Accents is an alternative destination for evening socialising and launched the first non-alcoholic comedy club, held every first Monday of the month.
In our modern lifestyle, we no longer just socialise on weekends and Accents have created a cosy environment for people to meet as an alternative to a pub.
Crafting some of Dublin’s finest coffees since Jan 2013 – Vice Coffee Inc is a multi roaster coffee bar located inside Wigwam They’re open and serving from 11am – 6pm everyday, knocking out whopper coffees, toasties and good vibes!!
Camerino is located at 158 Capel street, Dublin 1. Caryna’s Cakes can also be found at Happenings events, independent coffee shops around Dublin, the Dublin Food Co-op and the Dublin Flea Market. Camerino serves the highest quality cakes, cookies and squares, excellent coffee by Roasted Brown, leaf tea by Clement & Pekoe, and a simple daily changing menu including a list of sandwiches on bread baked fresh in-house, salads and soups.
Clement and Pekoe is your local coffee house in the city. A place where local’s gather for their morning hit or evening wind down. The couple who run the place are also passionate about loose leaf tea and little treats to go with. Take a perch and watch the world go by.
The Westbury Hotel is a 5 star hotel and is perfectly nestled into the heart of Dublin mirror imaging the city’s personality and charm. Get comfy and enjoy a cup of coffee overlooking the flower stalls on Grafton Street from the comfort of its famous lounge.
Placed on the 2nd floor of Powerscourt Town Centre, the Pepper Pot is a finger-licking treasure trove of things sweet ‘n’ savory. This boutique restaurant specialises in homemade organic food and only uses seasonal stock in their delicious recipes. With a versatile menu offering gluten-free options and a delicious range of sandwiches, soups, breads, cakes and delicious coffees, they definitely have something for everyone!
Well, there you have it – the ultimate guide on where to get your coffee that is #UniquetoDublin. What are you waiting for? Start ticking them coffee shops off your list!