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10 Best Coffee Shops in Dublin

There has been a surge of good coffee shops in Dublin over the last few years and no matter where you are in the city, there is sure to be a coffee shop nearby. Whether it’s a cortado, flat white or simple shot of espresso, there are numerous coffee shops that fill that caffeine fix.

Below is a list of 10 of the best coffee shops in Dublin to try out when visiting there.

1 Meet Me in the Morning

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A few streets away from Dublin’s famous St Stephen’s Green, Meet Me in the Morning coffee is a perfect pick-me-up on the weekend or on the way to work. The cafe/coffee shop has a loyal fan base who not only love the coffee but also its impressive array of salads and tasty brunches. Come with friends, family or on your own and make a morning or afternoon of it.

2 Love Supreme

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With two locations in Dublin – Portabello and Stoneybatter – Love Supreme is never too far away for a good coffee break. The coffee shop uses coffee from Swedish Coffee Roasters Koppi and serves up a fine filter coffee if you like your coffee simple and uncomplicated.

3 Brother Hubbard

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With a base in North and South Dublin, Brother Hubbard is now a much-loved coffee and brunch hangout. The cafe might be better known for its adventurous Middle Eastern-inspired food but its coffee also packs a punch. Using beans from coffee roasters 3Fe, customers can have coffee whatever way they like it. In Brother Hubbard’s North Dublin headquarters, there is now even a Little Brother, an adjoining shop where takeaway coffee and sweet treats can be ordered.

4 Kaph

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A Paleo-friendly cafe, Kaph’s coffee menu includes a coconut milk latte or almond milk flat white, as well as sweet treats such as a gluten- and dairy-free brownie for those wanting something sweet along with their coffee. A small yet cosy coffee shop, Kaph is positioned on Drury’s Street in Dublin’s City Centre, making it a good resting spot after a day of sightseeing or shopping.

5 Two Pups

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Two Pups, close to St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin’s City Centre, has a different way of doing things that includes sharing its space with two vintage shops and a hair salon. The owners originally sold coffee at markets then were invited to share this eclectic and cosy space in 2015. The coffee shop serves coffee from Dublin roasters 3FE, Cloud Picker Coffee and The Barn.

6 Two Boys Brew

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After needing to close its doors for some time, Two Boys Brew reopened recently to much excitement. The coffee shop will now be working exclusively with Belfast coffee roasters Root & Branch, serving a variety of blends for different taste buds. Alongside its coffee, Two Boys Brew aims to up its game when it comes to the food menu that will consist of some of the best local producers.

7 Vice Coffee

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Vice Coffee promises ‘Brew, Bants and Beats’ and that is what can be expected from this very hip and easy-going coffee shop. The coffee shop uses coffee from coffee roasters 3FE, Squaremile, Koppi, Drop, The Barn, Bailes, Root & Branch and Roundhill, offering a wide range of tastes and flavours for coffee connoisseurs.

 

8 FiVE POINTS COFFEE

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Five Points is run by previous employees at 3Fe with support of their old boss. The modern and beautifully designed coffee shop serves up excellent coffee alongside a well-thought-out food menu.

Coffee includes a range of 3Fe beans such as Fazenda Passeio, a pulped naturally processed Brazilian bean that has a very unique and pure flavour. There is also plenty of brewing equipment available to buy should customers want to take their favourite coffee home.

 

9 3fE

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3Fe is a coffee roasters and coffee shop that has had a big part to play in bringing Dublin’s coffee scene to another level. Colin Harmon, 3Fe founder and an Irish Barista champion, started 3Fe from very humble beginnings having left his job as an investment banker. Colin, with the help of contacts and friends, was able to grow 3Fe into a well-established coffee shop in the Grand Canal area, as well a chosen coffee bean supplier to some of the best coffee shops in Dublin and further afield.

10 Shoe Lane

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Shoe Lane is based on Tara Street in Dublin’s City Centre. The coffee shop is in a good location on the way to sites in north Dublin, including EPIC museum and Dublin’s bus and train stations. The coffee shop’s interior is filled with old Singer machines and shoe-making memorabilia signifying the row of cobblers that used to make up ‘Shoe Lane’ (the name Tara Street was once most well known by).

The coffee shop serves straightforward coffee that is loved by passersby and commuters.

 

Visit Dublin Coffee Map for other great coffee shops in Dublin. Plus, check out latest hotel deals in Dublin if you’re keen to tick off a few of these coffee shops as part of a longer visit to the city.

 

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