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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Ireland

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    Another for the list, hazel house cafe in Tibradden, south Dublin.

    http://www.thehazelhouse.ie

    Good cakes, reasonable coffee, good food, they even do a pizza and wine night of a Friday night. Fantastic stove in the winter.

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    Market House Ennistymon, Co Clare. Close to Wild Atlantic Way


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    52°56'28.1"N 9°17'36.5"W

    I stopped here on Tuesday as I took advantage of the best days weather until next spring... it caught my eye, nice old building, used to be the butter market. Inside is nice and bright with some glass roof light, friendly chatty staff. I had a snack of bread and butter pudding and custard, cup of coffee. It was very tasty, €7. Will go back. https://www.tripadvisor.ie/ShowUserR...nty_Clare.html

    Another place that caught my eye in Ennistymon is the bakery.... Unglert' Bakery, and judging purely by the look of the guy standing outside and the name, is run by a continental type of chap (the moustache). It's unusual to get a small dedicated bakery in a town the size of Ennistymon so Unglert must be doing something right.

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