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Food / January 11, 2021

A boutique coffee shop and record store is coming to Drumcondra

Photo: Ellius Grace
Food / January 11, 2021

A boutique coffee shop and record store is coming to Drumcondra

Words: Katie Gartland

Wavetable aim to support Irish artists, they’re set to stock records by Lankum and Junior Brother.

Wavetable, a new café and record store will be opening their doors in Drumcondra later this month. The café aims to support Irish artists and create a community of coffee and music-lovers in the Northside.

Alongside Irish vinyls, the café is set to stock a range of speciality and boutique coffees as well as delicious, locally-made vegan cakes. They also plan to include an at-home coffee section where they’ll offer Hario, Kalita and Aeropress filters.

Ross Chaney, Co-founder of Wavetable said: “We’re really excited about the upcoming opening of Wavetable. Since setting up our Instagram page last week, we received such a positive response from the local community.

“We’re ready to bring something new to Drumcondra and the northside as a whole. There is a great appetite for music and coffee alike in Ireland, and we are delighted to be able to create a community for like minded individuals.”

Wavetable aim to support and collaborate with Irish artists by stocking their vinyls and promoting their music. Records by Lankum and Junior Brother are already set to be in stock for the café’s launch.

The venue for Wavetable is situated on 19C Millbourne Avenue, just off Drumcondra Road. Situated directly beside St Pat’s College, it’ll be a great café for students to get a coffee post-lockdown.

Wavetable will be offering takeaway-only for their initial opening. Based within a 5 minute walk of beautiful Griffith Park, it’s in the perfect spot to grab yourself a takeaway coffee and go for a stroll.

Follow Wavetable on Instagram to keep up with new information on their launch as well as exciting shop renovations.