Category Archives: Northern Ireland

It’s an uphill climb to get good tea and coffee in Armagh

Yet another inspiring story attached to the tea room we found in Armagh. Armagh is Ireland’s Cathedral HQ. It has two cathedrals, and they’re both called St Patrick’s! The Catholic one has the best views over town, but the Church … Continue reading

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Banter with Barry the Barista in Newry’s nicest coffee shop

It’s nice to have a bit of banter with your barista when you’re getting your coffee first thing in the morning. At Grounded Espresso on Merchants Quay in Newry, if Barry’s around, there’s not much chance of going away with … Continue reading

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Having faith in Dromore: coffee, cathedral and communi-tea

I didn’t expect to come away from a small town like Dromore feeling so inspired. But there’s a very special feel to the place and we came across some fascinating folk in our search for coffee, tea and cake near … Continue reading

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