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Brick Alley Café

5.0 from 1 review
Added by Stephen R.
53.34545454, -6.2646015528

25 Essex St,
Dublin 2, Ireland

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Brick Alley is a relaxed and friendly coffee shop located in the heart of Dublin’s cultural quarter. Serving great coffee and a large range of quality teas Brick Alley is the perfect place to take a break from the hustle and bustle of Dublin City Centre. Open until late every night Brick Alley is the perfect place to meet friends, relax and enjoy a hot drink and some food.

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1 Review

Brick Alley Café was first reviewed by Stephen R. on 05 November 2012

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Stephen R. Member since: June 2011 110 Reviews

Lives 2.11 km from Brick Alley Café


I dropped in here for a hot chocolate yesterday and holy hell was I glad I did!

Whereas most places' idea of a range of hot chocolates is dark/white/milk chocolate, and maybe something with a shot of caramel, these guys have a whole menu page dedicated just to chocolate. They have some of the most interesting and exotic drinks I've ever seen in a Dublin café, including standards like white hot chocolate, hazelnut, chili (which would normally count as exotic in most places), right up to meringue hot chocolate (which was beautifully sweet) and some strange mixture of white chocolate, eggs and spices (which was even better!).

They also have a great selection of coffees, and even mulled wine (although I suspect that's a seasonal thing).

The place has a fantastically relaxed feel to it, with lovely staff and great big tables for you to relax in. I think the only problem is that it might be too nice for its own good, and I'll probably have some trouble finding a seat next time I drop by...

Reviewed on: 05 Nov 2012


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