Pocket-sized guides to the best speciality coffee in Northern Ireland

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There are countless ways to experience a city but none are as easy-going and aromatic as that of the roaming coffee drinker. These wanderers have the right idea, spending early mornings and lazy afternoons soaking a city up over a coffee cup.

Take Belfast. With its rich history and distinctive urban quarters, there are countless ways to tour and explore this vibrant, gritty, creative city. But the best, for the caffeine devotee, is from one steaming cup of coffee to another.

This portable pocket map is your guide. From its handsome university zones to its leafy suburban roads and cobbled heart-of-the-city streets, this is Belfast by coffee shop. So, whether you’re a local or an out-of-towner, a caffeine addict or a connoisseur, enjoy this collection of essential visits in the city.

THE BELFAST STORY

This is a mighty, majestic, mythical coast. A place were giants once roamed and carved a Causeway, where a spine-tingling rope bridge joins land over sea, and acres of inky ocean can be enjoyed from sprawling rugged cliff walks. It’s home to picturesque harbours that morph into otherworldly Game of Thrones lands and water so enchanted that the whiskey it makes is worshipped the world over.

 

Yes, Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coast is famed for many wondrous things – but only the real insider knows, just like it’s folklore and fantastical sights, how spellbinding its coffee is. For along the Causeway, there’s more than salty air keeping the intrepid explorer enlivened. Come see and explore for yourself- this ocean-hemmed stretch is truly the coffee connoisseur’s coast.

THE CAUSEWAY COAST STORY