Everyone loves a good coffee these days…
Whether it’s just to meet up with friends and to chill out, or if you really just have a craving for the taste, it’s safe to say that Ireland’s and Wexford’s coffee culture has grown exponentially over the last few years.
As part of the Wexford’s Best campaign that we are running, we asked our loyal followers to vote for their favourite coffee. 709 people voted in the public poll on the Wexford Weekly Facebook page and the votes are now in.
10 – Haddon and Sly
Haddon and Sly is located near the top of Gorey’s busy Esmonde Street. Although they are only a recently opened coffee shop in the grand scheme of things, their coffee has proven to be quite popular. There is a nice energy around this coffee shop too: many people opt to sit out doors, drink their coffee, and let the world continue.
9 – The Tin Roof
The Tin Roof is a coffee trailer based in Enniscorthy and in Wexford. From just looking at the picture below, their choice of name is a suitable one. In Enniscorthy, they’re situated in the Mr Price car park, so make sure to pop in for a coffee. They are open from 7am in both Enniscorthy and Wexford.
8 – Impresso Cafe
Impresso Cafe is one that we’ve all definitely walked past once before. They’re located in Enniscorthy and their bright exterior matches the colourful staff that you’ll be served by who will always serve you with a smile. The coffee shop is located in Slaney Place in Enniscorthy and they offer both indoor and outdoor seating.
7 – The Coffee Garden
The Coffee Garden is located in Camolin, Wexford. Following their successful venture in Camolin, they’ve since opened a coffee shop in Carnew in Wicklow. Along with serving beautiful coffees at good prices, there’s a nice atmosphere here and it’s a nice place to chill out with friends.
6 – Red Door Coffee Shop & Deli
The Red Door Coffee Shop & Deli is located in Carrig-on Bannow, Wexford. Just like some of the other coffee shops mentioned, their interior is the perfect place to chill out and here, you’ll often see people just chilling and reading a book. Along with coffee, as the name suggests, it’s also a prime location for a bite to eat.
5 – Sue’s Coffee
Sue’s Coffee received 49 individual votes in the public Wexford Weekly poll. This coffee shop is located at Kilmore GAA Club and at Murrintown Community Centre. Just like The Tin Roof, they’re a coffee shop on wheels. It’s not their first time being mentioned on a public poll like this either; back in 2021, they were voted in 6th place. It just shows that they’re still doing everything right.
4 – Maria’s Cupán Tae
Maria’s Cupán Tae received 64 individual votes in the Wexford Weekly public poll. This coffee shop is located in the Foulkmills area of Wexford. Along with coffee, they also serve a range of delicious treats and a very nice lunch menu.
3 – The Trough
The Trough is also located in Wexford town, in the Kerlouge area. The Trough received 74 individual votes from Wexford Weekly followers. They are another coffee trailer, also serving a range of delicious treats. Their branding has become synonymous with good coffee; when you go to The Trough, you are guaranteed a good coffee.
2 – Mugshot Coffee
Mugshot Coffee is based on Taghmon’s main street. They received 99 votes out of the 720 votes which is very good and that just goes to show the respect that the public have for their coffee. Along with their coffee, their chocolate eclairs and buns are to die for. With the hot weather, trying their delicious ice-coffee is a must!
1 – Fika by Daniel
Fika by Daniel is located in Gorey. Their coffee hut is based on the Courtown Road, but they can be regularly found at big events around the town too. They received an incredible 121 votes out of the 709 individual votes. They were nominated for the Irish Restaurant Awards in 2022 for the “best newcomer and café.”
Recently, the owner created another coffee shop in the middle of Gorey town, namely, Jack’s Coffee which has also gained prominence in the area for serving excellent coffee. The standard of coffee at Fika by Daniel cannot be overstated. Two years ago, Fika by Daniel was also crowned number one in Wexford. Two years later, it shows that they’re still doing all the right things.
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