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The average Irish person drinks four cups of tea per day and as as a nation, Ireland drinks more tea per capita than any other country in the world. Dublin Travel, Ireland Travel, Cafe Me, Emerald Isle, Dublin Ireland, Great Places, Blackbirds, Tea, Wander

Travel Edits | Ten Great Places to Have Tea in Dublin

The writers of Father Ted didn’t have to look far for inspiration when they created that now legendary tea-pusher Mrs Doyle. The average Irish person drinks four cups of tea per day and as as a nation, Ireland drinks more tea per capita than any other country in the world. Next time you’re in town, give in to a proper brew in one of these ten Dublin hot spots. Wall & Keogh Image courtesy of Wall & Keogh Portobello’s Wall & Keogh lay dormant for 40 years. But it was tea that revived this…

Legless In Dublin: The Ginger Man - this pub comes highly recommended for the disabled, I really must try it! Cafe Me, Ginger Men, London Calling, Dublin, Wander, Places Ive Been, Ireland, To Go, Sweet Home

The Ginger Man

The Ginger Man 39-40 Fenian Street, Dublin 2 facebook.com/pages/Gingerman/168539229827554 I popped in here one Sunday evening for some dinner and it ticked many boxes. The food was fairly solid pub grub - highly recommend the fish and chips - and it wasn't massively expensive. As soon as we sat down, a bus full of American tourists came in so it was very busy but I'm sure they enjoyed its twee old country pub thing and eavesdropping on our conversation. What has it got? Seating: They have…

Legless In Dublin: Foam Cafe Cafe 24, England Ireland, Banoffee, Retail Therapy, Dublin, Irish, Survival, Gift Wrapping, Holiday Decor

Foam Cafe

Foam Cafe 24 Great Strand Street, Dublin 1 facebook.com/foamcafe Foam Cafe is perhaps one of Dublin's quirkiest cafes. Every wall is adorned with something different, be it pink flamingoes, topless photos of Maroon 5's Adam Levine or portraits of the Virgin Mary. While it may not be to everyone's taste, it's a grand spot to whittle away an afternoon. What has it got? Seating: Other than the chaise longue under the stairs, all of the tables have moveable chairs. Doors: The front door can be a…

Expat with kids in Dublin: KC Peaches - Our favourite cafe on Pearse Street (Dublin Cafe Me, Most Visited, Peaches, Dublin, To Go, Goals, Vacation, Street, Kids

KC Peaches - Our favourite cafe on Pearse Street (Dublin 2)

Without a doubt: KC Peaches on Pearse Street is our favourite and most visited cafe in the area! and we know quite a few.... How haven't I written about it before??? Well, better late than never! Let's talk about KC Peaches today To us it ticks all the important boxes: * It opens on Saturdays (10:00 a.m.) and Sundays (11:00 am) * It's very clean and tidy * It's really spacious. No problems to bring in the buggy and other kids "vehicles": scooters, small bikes, tricycles and all those…

A very happy Two Fifty Square customer UPDATED: 10 November 2014 Two Fifty Square Williams Park, Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6 t. Cafe Me, Sounds Good, Dublin, Coffee Shop, People, Coffee Shops, Coffeehouse, People Illustration, Folk

Two Fifty Square

A very happy Two Fifty Square customer UPDATED: 10 November 2014 Two Fifty Square Williams Park, Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6 twofiftysquare.ie Two Fifty Square is the latest addition to Dublin 6. Neighbouring my gym (the very accessible Swan Leisure Centre) and favourite bar, Blackbird, this coffee shop couldn't have picked a handier location for me anyway. They roast their own coffee beans out back and one of the lads sat down with us as we pored over their coffee menu to explain the…

Fitzpatrick's Bar & restaurant ~ Nearly Irish? << somewhere to try near Dundalk (comes highly recommended) Cafe Me, Restaurant Bar, Irish, To Go, Plants, Irish Language, Plant, Ireland, Planets

Fitzpatrick's Bar & restaurant

I usually don't do pubs or restaurants reviews (I just enjoy eating and drinking in them!), but this time is different. I was so amazed by ...

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The giant monster cake eating challenge | Looking for Blue Sky -- includes a review of The Wooden Whisk cafe in Dublin 1

Cafe 1014 by the wooden bridge in Clontarf: my son votes their burgers the best ever, but it's upstairs with no lift. Cafe Me, Places To Eat, Burgers, Bridge, Drink, Bed, Furniture, Home Decor, Hamburgers

Cafe 1014 by the wooden bridge in Clontarf: my son votes their burgers the best ever, but it's upstairs with no lift...

Mother's Day and Bailey's Cheesecake to die for at The Queen of Tarts in Christchurch, Dublin 8 Baileys Cheesecake, Cafe Me, Dublin, Tarts, Birthdays, Ice Cream, Queen, Desserts, Food

Mother's Day and Bailey's Cheesecake to die for at The Queen of Tarts in Christchurch, Dublin 8

Insomnia was today's cafe for Smiley and me. We were in a hurry and we also like the muffin(for her)/coffee(for me) combo . In A Hurry, Roman Gods, Cafe Me, Insomnia, Coffee Beans, Smiley, Muffin, Muffins, Cupcakes

Insomnia was today's cafe for Smiley and me. We were in a hurry and we also like the €3.75 muffin(for her)/coffee(for me) combo ...

Eating at the cafe in the Science Gallery at Trinity College, Dublin is an expensive treat at €7.80 for coffee and cake, but it comes with a free science exhibition, which is amazing and regularly updated.  Staff are friendly, good music, coffee not too strong and cake tastes home made.  There is a small disabled toilet However the only city centre changing place is in the nearby trinity college arts block Science Gallery, Cafe Me, Cake Tasting, Dublin, Good Music, Toilet, Centre, Things To Come, College

Eating at the cafe in the Science Gallery at Trinity College, Dublin is an expensive treat at €7.80 for coffee and cake, but it comes with a free science exhibition, which is amazing and regularly updated. Staff are friendly, good music, coffee not too strong and cake tastes home made. There is a small disabled toilet However the only city centre changing place is in the nearby trinity college arts block

Apart from the lack of a the new Coffee House on Dublin's O'Connell Street was almost perfect! Cafe Me, Almost Perfect, Things I Want, Coffee, Street, Breakfast, House, Food, Kaffee

Apart from the lack of a #changingplace the new @EsquiresIre Coffee House on Dublin's O'Connell Street was almost perfect!

CANCEL THE DIET. The mother of all cake shops has opened in Dublin -- obviously we'll have to try this out! Krispie Treats, Rice Krispies, Cafe Me, Cake Shop, Dublin, Shops, Diet, Cookies, Desserts

The mother of all cake shops has opened in Dublin | HerFamily.ie

The Cake Cafe: Dublin, Ireland Best Of Ireland, Dublin Ireland, Ireland Travel, Cafe Dublin, Stuff To Do, Things To Do, Cake Cafe, European Holidays, Irish Culture

The Cake Café - Legless in Dublin

The Cake Café The Daintree Building, Pleasants Place, Dublin 8 thecakecafe.ie The Cake Café is one of my favourite meeting spots. It’s great for a quick coffee or a very long and delicious lunch and, if the weather is nice, their garden is a gorgeous place to eat and your dog can come too. […]

Browne's, Dublin lovely to visit, gorgeous food and coffee and perfect for my disabled daughter :) Cafe Me, Perfect For Me, Dublin, Daughter, Coffee, Food, Kaffee, Essen, Cup Of Coffee

Browne's, Dublin 4, lovely to visit, gorgeous food and coffee and perfect for my disabled daughter :)