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Food / March 22, 2021

Puck Lane opens in Whitehall’s Colmcilles club grounds

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Food / March 22, 2021

Puck Lane opens in Whitehall’s Colmcilles club grounds

By Emily Mullen

“Its small digs but we got big hearts”

The aptly named Puck Lane has opened in the grounds of Whitehall Colmcilles club in Dublin 9. An area long holding out for some decent coffee and grub. Puck Lane is providing just that, selling coffee, pastries, alongside a serious selection of sambos and toasties.

Using local suppliers and collectives, Puck Lane are working with the likes of Dublin-born Silverskin for their coffee beans and using Wicklow’s Firehouse Bakery for their pastries and bread.

Though operating out of “small digs” the team at Puck Lane does seem to offer something new and fresh to the neighbourhood which they acknowledge is “something that Dublin 9 has been missing for years”.

Find Puck Lane in Thorndale GAA off Collins Avenue, daily from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Check out their website for more information.

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