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Food / August 18, 2021

Mint Coffee expand further into Dublin’s southside

Mint coffee makers container @mint_coffee_dublin
Food / August 18, 2021

Mint Coffee expand further into Dublin’s southside

Words: Emily Mullen

Minty mint

Since opening late last year, Mint Coffee has had a roaring trade from their converted container. Serving up coffees, sambos, pastries and even lunches to the people of Blackrock.

The Mint team have absolutely maximised their space in the container even serving up a range of two-course meals from their Garden Bar area.

The team at Mint have now announced the news of their permanent home, in a storefront on 111 Trees Road Upper in Mount Merrion.

The space in Mount Merrion used to be Jesters Hair Studio, which closed a couple of months ago.

Announcing the news via Instagram on August 13, the team wrote that they were “delighted” to “announce our new store coming in September”.

The team from Mint assured their followers that this location would be their second location, writing, “we will still very much be in Stradbrook as well”.

You can find Mint in Stradbrook Road, Blackrock, follow them on Instagram for more information.

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