The Top 10 Places In Dublin To Get An Early-Morning Coffee

Because caffeine is what we need.

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While many might percolate their own in the morning and thermos it, sometimes nothing beats a nice, friendly place to sit down and enjoy a hot drink, especially if you've to be active in the city before 8am.

Not all great coffee houses open before 8am however and going on a hunt in the early hours is likely to leave you stressed and sapped of energy: not an ideal beginning to the day. In order to avoid such occurrences, we've compiled a handy list of the ten best places to grab a coffee early in the AM!

10. Coffee 2 Go

Located just by Baggot Bridge, this cafe is a solid place to pop into for a coffee early in the morning. In warmer weather taking a cup to go and sitting by the canal can be an inspiring way to begin your day. Open from 7.30am.

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9. Munchies

Open early from 7am supplying great coffee and delicious, fresh pastries to get you moving. Munchies have three locations in the city centre as well as cafés in outlying business districts like Leopardstown, Sandyford and Eastpoint.

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8. Butlers

This place serves up warm brews from 7.30am on and with eight locations within the city’s urban core, you’re unlikely to be far away from a Butlers in the morning.

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7. Nick’s

Nick’s is your go-to spot in Ranelagh for a delicious early morning coffee. They serve coffee from 7.30 and are situated just by the Luas stop. Their mini terrace is a nice place to chill with a tasty, enriching cup and get your head in the zone.

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6. Cinnamon Café

Smithfield’s Cinnamon is open earlier than anyone else on this list: 6.45am. This is a very friendly spot to pop into on your way to work to grab a coffee and some breakfast. These guys are genuine about providing as many locally-sourced ingredients as possible and they serve it up with a smile.

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5. Woodstock

Phibsborough’s Woodstock has been providing for those in need of a morning jolt and a friendly chat since 1993. This is a buzzing neighbourhood spot and an ideal place to surround yourself with conversation to ease your way into the day.

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4. Lolly & Cooks, Merrion Row

Perched right on the corner of Baggot St and Merrion Row, Lolly & Cooks has an ideal location in the thick of one of the city's main thoroughfares. They serve a fantastic range of healthy breakfast options and their bench area is a great place to sit and watch the morning pedestrian traffic swell.

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3. Liberté

This café/restaurant is conveniently located in the middle of the Harcourt Street business district yet is situated in a tucked away spot underneath the arches of the old station building (formerly Tripod). This place is open from 7.30am and offers generous space to sit down, read the paper, or get through some emails before hitting the day. They also do whopping breakfast options too if you’re in need of a fill.

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2. Fixx

Open every day from 7am, Fixx is a nicely decorated spot in the middle of Dawson Street within easy walking distance of some of the city's best sights, such as Trinity College and the National Gallery.

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1. The Art of Coffee

The Art of Coffee are city leaders when it comes to providing fresh, tasty coffee for early morning workers in the busiest parts of town. With two primary cafés in Grand Canal Dock and just by Harcourt Luas and newer outlets in the GPO Arcade and Ringsend, they’ve got you covered from 7am on.

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Written By

Evan Musgrave

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