Taking the biscuit - Ireland’s first cookie café to open its doors in Dublin
Published 29/02/2016 | 14:21
An inventive new cafe specialising in cookies will open for business in the capital next week.
The Dublin Cookie Co looks set to impress sweet-toothed punters with their cookie line-up, which features dozens of recipes including classic chocolate chip, peanut butter, banoffe and salted caramel treats.
The new venture will open on Dublin’s Thomas Street on March 5 and will provide a caffeine hit to accompany the cookies in the form of Coffee Culture and Clement and Pekoe.
If you’re fond of the classic cookie and milk combination, the cafe will also offer tall glasses of flavoured almond and cow’s milk.
The cafe is yet another welcome addition to Dublin, which celebrate the opening of the city’s first dog-focussed lunch spot Pupp in Dublin 8.
The new venture has marketed itself as Dublin’s “first truly dog-friendly cafe” and will offer punters, both dog and human, healthy, allergen-free treats in an “urban dining” setting and a brunch menu is said to be in the works.
The new cafe will also play home to a Pupp Store, where dog owners can pick up designer collars, leads and harnesses as well as high-end treats for man’s best friend.
Those unfortunate souls without a dog of their own can look forward to meeting terrier Toby, who is said to be the brains behind the operation. The dog, owned by Ella and Paul, has helped them refine their doggy menu.