We also like a good cup of coffee in Ireland, too, so you're in luck! We've some really top class baristas. We can't list them all, but here are a few you can look for on your travels!
In Dublin, before or after you wander around the oasis of St Stephen's Green or get some retail therapy on Grafton street, cosy up in two of the best coffee shops in the city, The Fumbally
on Fumbally Lane, or Meet Me in the Morning
(named after a Bob Dylan song), which is just off Camden Street. These trendy spots are masters in coffee roasting and offer a delicious menu full of goodness and temptation to satisfy every craving! Of course, we can't forget about the recently reopened Bewley's Café
on Grafton Street. One of Dublin's most iconic landmarks will guarantee you great coffee, plus delicious bakes.
If you’re travelling around Belfast and The Causeway Coast
– Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2018 – then set your compass for the General Merchants Café
, 481 Upper Newtownards Road. This is the perfect place to grab a coffee along with something tasty from its breakfast and lunch menu. Further north toward the coast, you’ll find Lost and Found
in Coleraine. This is a haven for those who enjoy people watching or meeting new people. Its bare brick décor creates a homely vibe that complements the aromas of fresh coffee beans and the array of sweet treats on offer.
If you’re adventuring along the Wild Atlantic Way
, there are lots of places to refuel along this magnificent coastline. Take The Bookshelf Coffee House
in Kerry or McCambridge’s of Galway
in the hipster city of Tribes, where you’ll always find a cushioned stool ready for you to rest a while, along with a cup of beautifully brewed coffee, of course!
You see, there’s no way we can fit them all in here, but if anyone in the community knows of any others to try, let us know!