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Food / October 14, 2022

Tipperary Coffee Truck Hits Dublin 7

Food / October 14, 2022

Tipperary Coffee Truck Hits Dublin 7

Words: Shamim de Brún
Images: Instagram

Good Vibrations have set up shop at King’s Inns on Bolton Street, serving Upside Coffee from Richmond Road Roasters.

Good Vibrations are open Monday – Friday, 07:30 – 14:30 each day. They offer a speciality coffee menu with a selection of teas and hot chocolate alongside healthy protein balls and vegan treats.

They are dog-friendly, with treats ready and waiting for furry visitors, and have a selection of vegan and gluten-free cakes and bakes to accompany your brew.

Hailing from Tipperary Town, Good vibrations is run by sisters Joanne and Maria O’Meara. They said they were inspired to create this business as a hub because “having worked in mental health and my sister in healthcare, we have a real passion for people and wellbeing”.

The owners say the project is about a lot more than a coffee truck. “It’s about bringing people together as they offer an energy of joy, connection and community.”

The logo was designed by Horhay Design. Horhay Design is a chalkboard artist and mural artist named Jorge Ruiz in Dublin.

King’s Inns is an independent educational institution renowned for professional legal education and training across specialist areas of the law.

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