5 Great Places That Know Their Coffee And Do Good Food Too
The city has an abundance of places to grab a cup of coffee and a bite to eat but there’s only a few joints in town who really know their coffee and have great food to go with it. Sometimes you want more than a slice of cake with your caffeine right? Read on to find out where to go.
Carluccio’s, Dawson street
Carluccio’s is an Italian restaurant located right near the hustle and bustle of Grafton Street shopping. Their menu consists of freshly prepared Italian dishes and coffee which is exclusively brewed for them direct from Italy. Choose from either Napoli or Milano blends but what’s in them is top secret!
Brother Hubbard, Caple Street
This spot prides themselves on their coffee and believe it is the most contentious product they sell. Brother Hubbard work closely with 3fe to make it just right by using beans which are in season and keeping the coffee to water/milk ratio perfect. Match it with their ever changing Moroccan inspired menu and you have yourself a great match.
Vice Coffee, Wigwam Bar, Middle Abbey Street
Vice Coffee have a speciality coffee bar located inside Wigwam. Their coffee menu changes depending on the season and what suits their brewing methods. The coffee bar also sells their own toasties, sweet or savoury! Want something more substantial? Pick a meal from Wigwam’s By Day or By Night menu inspired by Brazilian, Italian and Irish cooking.
Sasha House Petite, Drury Street
Sasha House Petite are well known for their delectable sweet treats however they equally have some yummy dishes on their menu for breakfast and lunch inspired by their French and Slavak chefs. They produce their own micro-roasted coffee to enjoy both in store and in your own home.
Fallon & Byrne, Exchequer Street
Fallon & Byrne are renowned for their wonderful food and fine wine. Stop by their food hall to check out the array of delicious culinary delights and pair it with their coffee made with grade A beans. The blend, again, is top secret!