Taste the Buzz: Discover Dublin’s 5 Newest Cafés for Your Caffeine Fix

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If you are a coffee lover in Dublin here is a list of five recently opened coffee shops you need to try out.

1. Honey Honey Cafe.

Honey Honey Cafe is located on Strand Burrow Road, Portmarnock, Dublin. They are open seven days a week and open from 7:30am-4pm or on Saturday & Sunday 9am-4pm. They are a cafe that serves delicious coffee along with breakfast items, lunch items and beautiful cakes and pastries. Their cinnamon rolls are a fan favorite.

2. Two Pups.

Two Pups is a cafe recently opened in Fairview, Dublin. They have another branch on Francis Street, but it was so good they had to make another. They are open Wednesday-Sunday from 8:30am-3:30pm and 9:30am-4pm on Saturday & Sunday. They are of course famous for their tasty coffee but also sell brunch, pastries and other treats.

3. Brew Coffee.

Brew Coffee is a recently opened cafe located in Clontarf, Dublin. They have their first branch located in Raheny, Dublin. Brew Coffee is loved by locals for all their specialities from tasty coffee to sweet treats and delicious toasties. They are open seven days a week from 7:30am-3pm and on Saturday & Sunday 8:30am-3pm. The perfect place for coffee if you are near the Clontarf area.

4. Greenville.

Greenville is a cafe branch around Dublin but their most recent branch in Monkstown, Dublin is super popular.

5. Sister Sussey.

Sister Sussey is a recently opened cafe located overlooking Grand Canal, Dublin. It is a small location but they are aware of how to make a great coffee. They are open Monday-Friday 7:15 am-3:30 pm. They of course serve beautiful coffee along with freshly baked pastries and sandwiches. If you are near the Grand Canal area give Sister Sussey a try for some delicious coffee.

If you are a coffee lover in Dublin looking for somewhere new for your coffee taste buds, give one of these five cafes a try. They will not dissapoint.

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