Coffee trailers are absolutely booming lately…
Over the course of the pandemic, people enjoyed walking and grabbing a cup of coffee as one of their main social outlets. With that, horse trailers transformed into coffee trailers popped up along our roads and streets.
Here, we look at four coffee trailers and huts that popped up around Gorey and its surrounding areas.
The Alcove is a classy little coffee hut usually located at Old Bawn Caravan Park, or in Cahore, near Ballygarret in Wexford. They supply both coffee and an array of mouth-watering, delicious snacks. They open from 10am to 6pm, Wednesday to Sunday.
Grounded Coffee are new to the scene. Both Kelsey and Eoin work at the brightly-coloured and newly-transformed coffee trailer. They are regularly based at either the Naomh Eanna GAA Complex in Gorey, or at the Fairway Football pitch in Riverchapel.
Seabiscuit – The Strand Cahore
If ever there was a perfect place for a nice cup of coffee, it’s overlooking the Cahore Point when the sun is setting. Sit down and soak in the sun. Appreciate the unique atmosphere as people will be there crab fishing or having fun jumping off the pier into the sea.
Cúl Beans, owned by Jimmy Fleming, is based just outside Jimmyz Bar in Riverchapel. The name itself was actually inspired and created by Wexford hurler, Conor McDonald. Customers can feel free to sit down, relax, drink their coffee, and nibble on a snack on the benches beside this wooden coffee hut.
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