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Accents Coffee & Tea Lounge

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23 Stephen Street Lower, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
T: +353(0)14160040
E: info@accents-lounge.com

Accents Coffee & Tea Lounge is located at 23 Stephen Street Lower (between George Street & Grafton Street) in Dublin City Centre. Accents Lounge is a homely alcohol-free cafe open until 11pm.

Accents Coffee & Tea Lounge is unique for 4 reasons – all our seating is sofas and beanbags, we are open until 11pm, we are strictly alcohol free, and the staff’s friendly banter ensures no-one leaves without smiling. We have been described as “Dublin’s Hug”. (winner of JCI Dublin’s Friendliest Business Award 2013)

The purpose of creating Accents Coffee & Tea Lounge was to provide a non-alcoholic option for socialising in Dublin. Accents Lounge is open until 11pm & 7 days a week with an offering of ethically sourced specialty coffees, teas, our signature hot chocolate and popular savoury and sweet treats.

Accents Lounge is on two floors, providing indoor seating. Our large downstairs lounge hosts events including stand-up comedy, theatre performances, live music and poetry evenings. We are home to many hobby groups who host their regular meets up in the city also.

Accents Lounge has a very inclusive environment and is disabled & child friendly, celiac & vegan friendly.

We are extremely accessible:

- We are in walking distance from St. Stephen’s Green Park, George’s Street, Dame Street, Trinity College and more!

- You can leave your car (or bicycle!) at the Drury Car Park, just around the corner from Accents. 36 Drury Street, Dublin. Open until 1 am Monday – Friday, 7 pm on Sundays.

- Take the Green Line on the Luas and get off at the St. Stephen’s Green stop, then walk over to Stephen Street Lower.

- There are many buses that go through George’s Street 9, 16, 68, 83; Dame Street 13, 76, 150, 151, 27; and Stephen’s Green Park 7b, 142, 11, 14, 15, 116, 118, 145, 46a.

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