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Food / April 22, 2021

Popup cafe launched in Santry’s Setanta GAA Club grounds

Treat Yo’self @treatyoselfdub
Food / April 22, 2021

Popup cafe launched in Santry’s Setanta GAA Club grounds

By Emily Mullen

“If you don’t, who will?”

A new popup cafe has opened in Santry’s Setanta GAA Club grounds on the Ballymun Road. Treat Yo’self will be in prime position to caffinate thirsty players, DCU students and jaded IKEA shoppers when things open up again.

Using Ballyfermot-based Silverskin roasters, Treat Yo’self are serving up a range of sweet things, like muffins, power balls, brownies, banana bread and cookies, alongside doughnuts doused in Nutella and sprinkled with marshmallows and Kinder Buenos.

Embracing the onset of good weather, the trailer also has a range of iced lattes and milkshakes.

After a soft launch at the weekend which saw The Treat Yo’self team selling “out of everything” the cafe looks to be off to a flying start.

Catch them from 8am-10pm Thursday to Sunday in Setanta GAA Club, 123 Ballymun Road, Santry, for more information follow them on Instagram.

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