5 Cafes To Visit On Your Next Trip To Dublin

Dublin, the capital of Ireland, is a cultural hub with coffee brewing in every nook and alley. Check out some of the best cafes to visit on your next visit to the city
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Editorial credit Arcady / Shutterstock.com

Don&rsquot we all love spending time in a café, seated next to a window, enjoying a good book while sipping a cup of warm, delicious coffee Now imagine doing so while looking out the window at the calm, serene beauty of Dublin&rsquos streets. The beauty of the streets of Dublin adds an extra touch of tranquillity to the experience. The cobblestone streets, old-fashioned buildings, and colourful doors create a picturesque view that can only be found in this city. Dublin has something for everyone, whether it&rsquos the lively nightlife, the historic sites, or the beautiful views. A café in Dublin is the perfect spot to relax and take in the city&rsquos beauty.


3fe is a trendy coffee shop that uses some of the best quality coffee beans in Dublin. Founded by Colin Harmon, the first ever outlet of 3fe was opened in 2009, and a second outlet of 3fe was opened in 2011 on Grand Canal Street (its flagship location). The café also has outlets on Lower Grand Canal Street and Sussex Terrace. Inside, 3fe has a soothing, comfortable atmosphere people can order various beverages and eateries from a select menu. The cafe is also popularly known for their scones that get sold out very quickly. So when in Dublin, go to 3fe early in the morning to enjoy their signature cup of coffee and a buttery, delicious scone. 3fe is also known for its all-day signature breakfast menu, so having a delicious brunch with your loved ones would make for a great weekend activity

Location 32 Grand Canal Street Lower, Dublin 2

Brother Hubbard

Brother Hubbard is another café popularly known for its coffee and savoury dishes. Founded in 2012 by brothers Garrett and James Fitzgerald, Brother Hubbard is the perfect spot to enjoy good food with friends and family. The warm, home-like atmosphere makes Brother Hubbard a favourite among locals. Their aromatic coffee and mouth-watering dishes, such as Shakshuka, falafel wraps, and avocado toast, are must-try. Over the years, Brother Hubbard has gained a lot of positive feedback because of its ambience and hospitality. Accordingly, it has also received several awards, making it a go-to cafe in Dublin.

Location 46 Harrington Street, Dublin 8 

Shoe Lane Coffee

Shoe Lane Coffee offers a wide range of coffees, operating in a space that used to be a cobbler&rsquos shop in the 19th century. From cold brew to flat whites, Shoe Lane coffee has it all They also serve a wide range of delicacies, from bread to pastries. Also, Shoe Lane Coffee cafe is a perfect spot to satisfy your sweet tooth. The ambience and the interiors are stunning, and whether you&rsquore looking for coffee or simply a friendly chat session with your friends, Shoe Lane Coffee is the perfect spot.

Location 7 Tara Street, Dublin 2, D02 Y662 

Network Café

Network Café is Dublin&rsquos best-kept secret. Resembling a Georgian-style building, they serve sharp coffee with delicious flavours. Established in 2016, Network aims to provide its customers with the best food and beverages, along with establishing a strong bond with them. Network Coffee has received immense love because of its motto of adopting sustainability and doing its bit for the betterment of the environment. The ambience and aesthetic interiors of the café make up the perfect spot for people to work and catch up with their loved ones. Their unique blend of coffee draws people towards this café and makes them want a nice, hot, brewing cup of coffee.

Location 39 Aungier St, Dublin 2


When Cocobrew started, it was just a tiny café on wheels (operated out of a van). Its first outlet was opened in 2015, and its owner, Tony Dony DeVito, started Cocobrew to provide people with coffee that will not only make their taste buds feel amazing but also make their health better. Cocobrew is a unique café that offers a special, delicious concoction of coffees, and their coffees are so hearty that they act as a meal.

Location 5 Bedford Row, Temple Bar, Dublin, D02 E393

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