7 Deadly Dublin Coffee Shops Doing Extracurricular Things

Home Coffee-Brewing Masterclass | Legit Coffee Co.

Over the 5-day Liberties Festival (in its 48th year) happening 18th – 22nd July, Legit Coffee Co. will present a masterclass on choosing the right coffee to suit your taste buds, the methods of grinding and how to brew the perfect cuppa for the comfort of your own home. To grab yourself a spot register here.

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Write Club | Starbucks on the Quays

Every Monday morning Write Club hosts a free Meetup group to get some solid writing done. Whether you’re working on a novel, screenplay, poem or blog everybody is welcome here. It’s the perfect place to put and end to procrastination alongside other budding writers who need a creative space a couple of hours a week. Sign up here.

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Barber & Barista | Razors and Beans at The Morris Wallpaper Stores

Razors and Beans at The Morris Wallpaper Stores

A much needed and very welcome addition to the old Dublin street that’s brimming with potential, The Morris Wallpaper Stores serves up organic Rainforest Alliance coffee inside a beautiful building (with the most incredible wooden floors). Go grab a coffee or get a haircut or both. Shout them a like on Facebook and their Instagram‘s fun too.

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Café Theatre | Bewley’s Grafton Street

‘Tis a special little place that theatre upstairs in Bewley’s where local talent may go Wilde, showcase O’Casey, or you might see Shaw performed on your lunch break. Doors open Monday to Saturday at 12.50pm and the show begins at 1pm, lasting one hour. For latest showtimes, visit the website or thier Facebook page for more details.

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Wednesday Dinners | The Fumbally Café

The Fumbally Cafe

Wednesday nights are your chance to try what’s inspiring the kitchen that week at The Fumbally. The small plates menu is cooked by a rotating panel of chefs who work seasonal fruits and vegetables into the food theme of the evening. It’s delicious and nutritious and oh so good to eat.

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Arthouse Movies | The Irish Film Institute (IFI)

Afternoons or evenings – there’s always an independent/arthouse movie worth the watch at the Irish Film Institute (IFI). Arrive early to grab a coffee, although they do have a substantial selection of craft beers, the Guinness is good, and there’s a quiet sunny courtyard out the back too.

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Yoga | Two Pups

Two Pups

Happiness is… an early or midmorning class at Yoga Kitchen followed by avocado on Le Levain sourdough toast and a 3fe flat white downstairs at Two Pups on Francis Street.

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