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Food / October 19, 2022

One Kinda Folk tease opening of second location

Food / October 19, 2022

One Kinda Folk tease opening of second location

Words: Eva O’Beirne

Here’s hoping they come to the Northside.

The quality Ranelagh hot-spot adored by coffee lovers released a cryptic Instagram post on Sunday hinting that they were expanding.

Hidden away behind a beautiful ivy-covered wall in the courtyard of Yoga Dublin, One Kinda Folk proudly serves 3fe coffee alongside a beautiful selection of pastries and vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free treats from what used to be an old shed.

One Kinda Folk posted a photo of a singular key with the caption “Number 2….Coming soon!” leading Dublin’s coffee community to go into a frenzy trying to predict where One Kinda Folk could pop up next.

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