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Bald Barista

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The barista in question is Buzz Fendall, a man on a mission to 'bring amazing coffee to Dublin'. And it is a mission that is accomplished on a daily basis...

68 Aungier Street

Bite of Life

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On the corner of Patrick Street and Bull Alley, this sunny yellow-painted café serves the strollers and lunchtime sun-seekers of St Patrick's Park...

55 Patrick Street

Bóbó's

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In a central location and, in many ways, with a slightly more substantial feel to it, Bóbó's is a main contender for the city's burger buck. Taking the...

22 Wexford Street

Brick Alley Café

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Only the name has changed at this delightful café (formerly the Joy of Coffee), which will come as a relief to its many loyal fans. Small and often crowded,...

25 East Essex Street

Butler's Chocolate Café

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Butler's credo (that 'chocolate could make the world a nicer place') is perhaps not as far-fetched as all that - at least, that tends to be our verdict each...

24 Wicklow Street

Café Cagliostro

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Tiny and fabulous, Café Cagliostro is one of the main tenants in the Bloom's Lane courtyard, just off the quays. It features plain, stylish furniture and...

Bloom's Lane

Cobalt Café

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Housed in a lovingly restored Georgian house, this handsome place is popular with local arty types and office workers. There is no kitchen on site so cakes,...

16 North Great George's Street

Cornucopia

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A stalwart for vegetarians, vegans, dairy intolerants or anyone looking for healthy, wholesome grub, Cornucopia is cramped, wooden and not exactly glam. At...

19 Wicklow Street

Gallery Café

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The National Gallery's Millennium Wing houses this bright, white, funkily furnished café, whose constant through-traffic of arty tourists gives it a...

National Gallery of Ireland

Govinda's

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Run by the Dublin Hare Krishna branch, this neat little vegetarian café is actually a lot more fun than it sounds, thanks to its upbeat, humorous staff and...

4 Aungier Street

Gruel

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Gruel continues to rule the eating-out agendas of Dublin's bright but modestly-off young things. And with its belly-filling bonanzas of hot roast-in-a-roll...

68A Dame Street

Havana

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A small tapas bar that's always ready for fun, Havana has pretty interiors, staff and customers. Food can be disappointing, though, but it's cheap, and the...

3 Camden Market

Hugh Lane Café

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It may be squirreled away in the basement of the excellent Hugh Lane Gallery but this popular café is saved from pokiness by windows looking out on to an...

Hugh Lane Gallery

Jo'Burger

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South of the canal, bang in the middle of student bedsit country, Jo'Burger has pulled off the impressive balancing act of looking cool but still managing...

137 Rathmines Road Lower

Lemon Crêpe & Coffee Company

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With its zesty yellow walls and citrus-burst mural, Lemon certainly lives up to its name, and amid the tyranny of ciabatta and panini, a café specialising...

60 Dawson Street
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