I occasionally drop in here for a takeaway coffee in the morning which is excellent, usually some good music playing too, this morning Cuban. Small grumble, €7.50 for a sandwich is extortionate.
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I stopped by here when I was in Dublin and and got a latte and pastry- both delicious! And the best part was they had non-dairy milk! The owner is very friendly and clearly takes a lot of pride in her business. It's also got...More
Someone recommended this place, and described it as the little cafe with the blue trim. It's true; the name is very hard to see (not even sure if it's posted on the building?), but we found the cafe without too much trouble. The americano was...More
You would nearly miss this little takeaway coffee shop on Smithfield Square, but it's well worth a visit! Located near the Luas tracks, they serve some lovely coffee and a great selection of teas. They also have a small selection of pastries and sandwiches.... (Try...More
The famous coca cola truck was stopping by at the Smithfield square and we all went there to get a photo of it. The queue though was like an hour long so we had to get a cup of hot coffee to warm ourselves up....More
I'm fussy about Coffee - the aroma drew me in and the groovy music . The Shop is intimate - the Coffee Machine businesslike . Feeling frail I had a Double Espresso and was catapulted into a different dimension . Probably one of the best...More
Stopped by here after a trip to the Lighthouse cinema. Ordered a double macchiato and a toasted cheese sandwich. The cheese sandwich however was no ordinary one, it was Gruyere, Emmenthal and mature Cheddar and was meltingly delcious. Coffee is Cloudpicker which is roasted in...More