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"The Tram Café" in Dublin City is the perfect example of a great idea that came alive in the most elegant, beautiful way. This tram has really been around!

The Tram Cafe in Dublin City is the perfect example of a great idea that came alive in the most elegant, beautiful way. The Tram cafe is precisely what its name indicates: an old tram converted into a vintage cafe, placed in the middle of Dublin city. The story is simple. Its owner, Dave Fitzpatrick, found the tram by accident in co. Cavan. He loved it. He bought it. He turned it into a time machine where they also sell coffee. As an interesting fact, the tram was built in Philadelphia in the year 1902 and spent most of its operating life moving across the city of Lisbon, Portugal. Seeing all the places it has traveled, this tram has all the necessary characteristics to become a spotter itself!

The atmosphere in The Tram Cafe is lovely and cozy, the music is relaxing and the menu is outrageously good. They have a wide variety of options for both breakfast and lunch, from granola and omelets to sandwiches and soups. They also have desserts and sweet treats like crepes, cakes, or energy balls.

Make sure to check it out for some good food and if you’re lucky some live music (yes, they do that too!)

About this spot

Wolf Tone Square, Jervis St,

10:00 - 18:00 daily

Soup of the day:

4.70

860420273

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