Serving up coffee and selling cool clothes comes Raglan to Drury Street. Well worth a visit next time you’re in our capital’s Creative Quarter.

Raglan – from where did it get its name? From Raglan Road? The lovely D4 street that inspired one of Patrick Kavanagh’s best known works and Luke Kelly’s musical rendition of it? Or from Raglan, the happy, sunny surf bum town on New Zealand’s coast. Something about Raglan tells me it’s the latter.

Located at 56-58, Drury Street, Raglan is a hybrid coffee and clothing shop. It’s one of those indies doing exactly what it wants to do – cool clothes, good coffee.

The interior of Raglan in Dublin

Raglan on Drury Street in Dublin

That coffee is sourced from Ariosa Coffee Roasting Co. in Co. Meath. Partner owner Ross Staunton of Foodgame café is experienced in the art of coffee pouring and Amy Hamilton (formerly of Onboard) handles the clothing end of the operation. Relaxed, urban, street, skate and surf clothes are sourced internationally for men and women. Brands include WESC, Billabong, Element, Helly Hansen, Nixon, RVCA and VonZipper.

Coffee and accompaniments and clothes for both sexes. You’re sure to find something to please you at Raglan.

Raglan in Dublin

56-58, Drury Street
Dublin 2

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All images courtesy Raglan Facebook page




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