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Food / March 24, 2021

Coffee shop opens in the grounds of St. Endas

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Food / March 24, 2021

Coffee shop opens in the grounds of St. Endas

By Emily Mullen

The jersey tribe grows



Just days after Puck Lane launched in Whitehall’s Colmcilles club grounds, another cracker of a coffee and sports crossover is launched. Tribe is a new coffee shop that has opened on the grounds of St. Endas GAA Club, in Ballyboden.

Tribe picked a cracker of a day to launch, with the sun shining down on the grounds. They will be serving up specialty coffee and sweet treats, from the container that’s been pimped by local artist Darren O’Reilly.

Using Silverskin Coffee which they rest for 10-14 days after roasting, allowing “CO2 to pass through the one-way valve system and ensures the beans are at their freshest and most stable” says Tribe representatives.

Tribe will be open from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm on Tuesday – Sunday, follow them on Instagram for more information.

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