Dublin knows coffee. When you’re inundated with damp, grey skies, it becomes a necessity for the city’s residents. Luckily for you, this means there are a plethora of coffee shops in Dublin to choose from. And, between all the sightseeing you’ll probably need it.
A quaint little coffee shop in Stoneybatter. They roast their own beans in-house and have a rotating drip coffee selection. A low-key environment and friendly staff make this a must-visit during your stay.
Coffeeangel has a few different locations throughout the city, so they will always be a good option when you’re visiting Dublin. A simple, minimalistic design and great coffee.
This little shop has it all. Great coffee and an amazing selection of snacks and pastries. Batch brew/drip coffee is available and pretty affordable. Also, plenty of seating for the working, if that’s what you’re into.
Fantastic spot with friendly staff. They roast their own beans which is a big plus. Urbanity also serves as a good spot for brunch (and you can even get it to go!).
Chill spot with small bites and plenty of seating. Also home to a bar and a barbershop….so that’s interesting.
Beautifully designed minimalistic interior. Sits next to a canal which is beautiful on sunny mornings. Only espresso drinks (and some tea) here, so drip coffee lovers be warned.
Cozy cafe/coffee shop on the north side of town. They use coffee from Cloud Picker, a micro-roastery in Dublin.
Warm, rustic decor with some of the best coffee in Dublin. Small bites are available with bomb pastries. The service is fantastic. Great vibes all around.
Tiny and hyper-modern design. They use coffee from the Roasted Brown Roasters + Makers, located just outside Dublin.
Airy, modern interior with a good selection of single-origin roasts. I think they source their beans from a variety of roasters. Good brunch options as well!