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Food / August 3, 2021

Stoneybatter just got a new coffee, plant and vintage clothes shop all rolled into one

Food / August 3, 2021

Stoneybatter just got a new coffee, plant and vintage clothes shop all rolled into one

Words: Emily Mullen

“You can never have too many plants”

Stoneybatter just got a whole lot more prickly, since The Little Cactus opened up. Launching in the ‘batter’s Prussia Street on July 24th, the shop has been doing a roaring trade since it opened its green-hued doors.

The Little Cactus sells everything that a Millennial in Stoneybatter might need, from plants, vintage clothes to vinyl. The team are also slinging coffees and sandwiches stocked from Greenville Deli.

With a name like The Little Cactus, the team were honour bound to sell cacti, they even have a sign that reads; “Watch out for the pricks, especially the small ones”.

The shop was opened by Kate and Jamie, who wrote of their opening weekend, “Thank you to everyone who visited… we are beyond grateful for the support (& good chats).”

The Little Cactus are open Wednesday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday-Sunday 9am-5pm.

You can find The Little Cactus in Stoneybatter’s 1A Prussia Street, for more information visit their Instagram account.

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