KNOWING WHERE to go for a time out while exploring the city can make all the difference, so if you’re in need of inspiration when it comes to which cafés and coffee spots to head to for a cuppa while out in Dublin, then the team at Coffee Friend are on hand to help you out.
New research from the UK based coffee retailer takes a deep dive into the best spots to head to for coffee or tea across the city. Taking into account ratings and reviews from visitors on Tripadvisor to work out an overall excellence percentage, the team have carefully selected the best all-round venues worth a visit.
Number one on the list is Coffeeangel HQ, located on Trinity Street, with an excellence percentage of 100%, with cosy spot Cora Knows Best (92%), found on Great Denmark Street, and The Tranquil Tea Rooms, closely following in second and third.
Other coffee spots that are too good to pass up an opportunity to take a break and sit down with your favourite cuppa are Bang Bang on Lenister Street (89%), Canal Express (89%) and Scrumptious (88%) on Phillipsburg Avenue.
Also included in the top 15 spots are Coffee District (86%) on James’ Street, Hatch Coffee (85%) in Point Village Sandycove and Laine, My Love (80%) on Talbot Street.
|Name||Location||Tripadvisor Rating||Excellence %|
|Coffeeangel HQ||Trinity Street||5||100%|
|Cora Knows Best||Great Denmark Street||5||92%|
|The Tranquil Tea Rooms||Deansgrange Cemetery||4.5||90%|
|Bang Bang||Leinster Street||5||89%|
|Canal Express||Grand Canal Street||5||89%|
|Munch||Central Park Mountain View||5||88%|
|Fonte Coffee||Parliament Street||5||87%|
|Nick's Coffee Company||Ranelagh||5||87%|
|Il Fornaio Dawson Street||Dawson Street||4.5||87%|
|Coffee District||James' Street||5||86%|
|Hatch Coffee||Point Village Sandycove||4.5||85%|
|Laine, My Love||Talbot Street||4.5||80%|