Delish Melish HQis situated in Dublin 7, which is a vibrant and exciting area very close to Dublin city centre. There is an amazing choice of coffee shops and restaurants in the area and here is a short rundown.
Love Supreme is a gem. The simple décor creates and oasis of calm, their sausage rolls are sublime and their little cakeens and croissants a perfect little treat with the best coffee about.
My favourite food spot in the area due to their gorgeous sandwiches at lunch, pizzas in the evening and brunch at the weekend. Pizza makes me very bloody happy, especially super freshly stretched dough and unique combination offlavours. Drooling just thinking of it. Lovely coffee from Cloud Picker.
Slice is a sister café to Cake Café situated off Camden St. It has an impressive lunch and brunch menu as well as gorgeous cakes and 3FE coffee. Everything is made in house and it’s always fantastic.
This place is such an exciting dining experience. They don’t serve any of your typical beers but instead stock a huge choice of beers from independent microbreweries. The food is sublime, with an innovative and changing menu.
This wonderful little food shop stocks a bespoke array of Irish and international food brands. Apart from a bench out the front there isn’t much seating but it is the ideal place to pick up everything for a glorious picnic in the nearby Phoenix Park.
This is a new addition to Stoneybatter, that sells a great selection of gifts and stationery with an emphasis on Irish producers. They also serve locally brewed coffee and little treats to accompany.
Mooz is an Italian grocer and delicatessen that is filled with gorgeous fresh products like cheese, antipasti, cured meats and a massive array of sauces, pesto and pasta.
Lyon Loring has relocated to a more central spot in Stoneybatter. An eclectic mix of vintage clothing, candles and quirky cards.