Relax with a Coffee or Something to Eat on Grafton Street

If you are out shopping for the day and looking to relax with a coffee or you want something to eat there is plenty of choice on Grafton Street.

Bewley’s Grafton Street Café is the perfect choice if you are seeking respite from a busy day of shopping with a great selection of coffee’s tea’s and a lunch and dinner menu consisting of sandwiches, pastries, pizza and pasta. For those who want a coffee or something to eat before hitting the shops Bewley’s offer a breakfast menu with a continental breakfast and full Irish breakfast on offer. The beautiful and comfortable surroundings of the café make it an ideal stop for a coffee or to have something to eat on a trip to Grafton Street.

O’Brien’s is a great place to stop for a coffee and a sandwich or a wrap from their wide selection. Upstairs in BT2 is a Starbucks where you can enjoy a famous Starbucks coffee with a sandwich or cake and enjoy the excellent view of Grafton Street that the café provides. The Loft Cafe is a great a coffee for a quick bite to eat, with great value soup and sandwich deals available. For lovers of coffee and chocolate a visit to Butlers Chocolate Café is a must, their hot chocolate is a great treat on a cold day.

Grafton Street has a Subway Sandwich Bar located on top of the Londis convenience store, Subway serve fresh and delicious sandwiches. A footlong sub is perfect if you’re really hungry. The Londis store has a delicatessen along with a large selection of convenience foods if you are looking for food to eat on the go.

If you have a sweet tooth Gino’s is where you need to visit, Gino’s have an array of different flavours of homemade Italian gelato. Whether it’s raining or the sun is shining it is hard to resist the colourful and delicious array of ice-cream at Gino’s.

For a more substantial meal then Captain America’s, a favourite of many Dubliner’s is a great restaurant. The restaurant which has been a staple on Grafton Street since 1971 offers a large menu of burgers, steaks, pizza’s, delicious desserts including Captain’s Volcano Birthday Cake consisting of brownies, meringues, ice-cream, topped with cream and chocolate sauce. Captain America’s is a great choice for either lunch or dinner and has a large bar with a great selection of cocktails.

Grafton Street also has two Burger King Restaurants and a McDonalds with a McCafé.

Laura Finn

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About Grafton Street

Grafton Street was named after Henry FitzRoy, The 1st Duke of Grafton, he was the illegitimate son of Charles II of England who owned land in the area and was developed from a country lane by the Dawson family in 1708, after whom the parallel Dawson Street is named.

Grafton Street runs from the top of St. Stephen's Green to (Trinity) College Green.