What's Brewing in Dublin: The Coffee News Roundup - June 21st

My Coffee News Roundups are back! After a longer break than expected, I am all set and ready to bring back my weekly news recap to bring you the latest news from Dublin’s coffee scene. This week’s roundup features Coffeeangel, Lucky’s, Salt & Stove, Network Cafe and more.

New Cafe News
Coffeeangel Opens A New Cafe in IFSC

Great news for all coffee devotees in Docklands. Coffeeangel, one of the most iconic coffee houses in Dublin, has just opened a new location in the IFSC. The IFSC cafe is located a stone’s throw from the guys’ original spot at the Sean O’Casey Bridge.

Located at the Exchange Building, George’s Dock, the cafe opens Monday – Friday (7am – 5pm) and Saturday (9am -4pm).

Good luck to the whole team and I can’t wait to visit!

Cafe News
Coffeeangel Closes The Door of the Mobile Units

June also marks the end of the mobile unit era for Coffeeangel. After 12 years of operating on the Quays, the team with Karl Purdy at the helm made a decision to close the doors of their wonderous cafes on wheels. They will be definitely warmly remembered by anyone who ever stopped by on the Quays for a cup of java.

Read more about the Coffee Angel Mobile Unit in Karl Purdy’s recent blog post.

Network Cafe is Two Years Old

On June 13th Network Cafe celebrated its 2nd birthday! The gang celebrated with some great tunes and free coffee. The cafe opened the doors in 2016. Located on Aungier Street, Dublin 2, this gorgeous coffee house serves Workshop Coffee, a London-based roastery. Food lovers can enjoy some great sambos and bakes.

And we are live. Free coffee and tunes….

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Salt and Stove Opens The New Seating Area

If you love shopping locale products, you must be familiar with Salt &Stove, an independent delicatessen on Clanbrassil Street, Dublin 8. The guys worked on expanding their space to include an in-house cafe space. After weeks of prepping, the space is finally open! Make sure to drop in for a Cloud Picker coffee and some tasty nosh and treats.



As part of the Stoneybatter Street Festival, Love Supreme brings back the afternoon of DJing and coffee with the epic Charles & Anne from Koppi Coffee Roasters. They take over the roof of the cafe from 3pm – 6pm so make sure to drop by for sweet tunes and delish Koppi coffee.

June 22nd: Lucky’s Tiki

This Friday Lucky’s Tiki hosts its first back-garden tiki. Though not strictly coffee event, I have to say the tiki party sounds like a great way to start the weekend. Instead of traditionally rum-powered tiki drinks, the guys are using Teeling Whiskey. Music from Watermelon, WC footy on the telly and brand new Tiki cocktails/iced drinks.

The fun starts at 5.30pm. All cocktails are a tenner. Visit the event page for more details.

June 29: Independent Coffe Guide Launches 2nd Edition of Ireland’s Coffee Guide

Independent Coffee Guide is gearing up of the launch of the second edition of Ireland’s Coffee Guide. The event takes place in Blas Cafe. This is the ultimate directory of all coffee houses, cafes and micro-roasteries across Ireland that each coffeeholic should visit at least once. The guide also features handy city maps to help you on your quests for a great cup of coffee.

Visit their Instagram https://www.instagram.com/indycoffeeguide/ and DM to book your spot.

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