With so many competitors around Dublin, the coffee shops need to stay on their toes to meet the high consumer demands and not be left behind. They need to think of ways to attract customers, whatever it takes and no matter where the are located around the city. Dublin city
If you work nearby Hatch Street, then you probably heard of Peacock Green, as it is one of the most recognized places during lunch in Dublin hours, due to its classy interior and elegant look. And if it this type of coffee shop that you admire most, then we have
You probably know by now which food market are we talking about. Located in the heart of Greystones, The Happy Pear is spreading its love to healthy living by offering organic and fresh produce. Here, the market is packed with colorful fruits and vegetables, as well as plant-based and prepacked
We all know that Starbucks is offering free Wi-Fi to their hipster customers. Tables filled with iPad, iPhone and laptop users updating blogs and social media statuses.
Sure, you’ve got your post out there or have let your friends know about your current location, but many coffee shops in Dublin put
Yes, we get it. Renting a commercial space in the heart of Dublin isn’t cheap and you gotta make more money to pay off those big bills, but slapping high prices on ridiculous things like tea is beyond insane. So before we get any further, how much do you think
Ever been to Coffee Angel? Well, you should, it has good reviews. We enjoyed the coffee and pastry they had on display. It’s a good place to enjoy a cup during lunch in Dublin hours. Coffee Angel is known to many hard workers as a place to catch up with
Almond milk is simply made by adding ground almonds with water, and then straining it. The outcome is a slightly sweet, milky liquid. Almond milk is not strange to tea lovers. It has been used since the Middle Ages where it was used as a substitute for cow's milk, which