Coffee specialists and businesses win at the Irish Cafe Awards 2019

The winners of The Irish Cafe Awards 2019 are announced, following this year’s fierce competition, with more than 100 cafés shortlisted -as voted for by the public-to get the recognition they deserve.

The Irish Cafe Awards 2019 seek to distinguish the very best coffee specialists  that operate in Ireland, celebrating the champions who serve great delights, snacks and hot aromatic beverages on-the-go across the country.

The awards also seek to recognise and commend the efforts of people who have managed to establish a profitable business by creating a modern and welcoming space as well as hiring friendly staff and talented baristas, who know exactly what to do to impress their clients and meet their demands.

Many categories are split into local regions to ensure the diverse range of cafés from across Ireland are recognised for providing  coffees with artistic presentations and new flavours that make the business a ‘must-go-to’ place for residents and tourists.

A Spokesperson for the Irish Cafe Awards 2019 said: “The cafe industry has recently seen a great growth with more cafe businesses operating now than ever, creating many jobs and contributing to the Irish economy.  Our sole aim is to reward and thank those whose dedication to the customer satisfaction has led  them at the forefront of the industry.

“The winners are trusted and tested coffee specialists who are committed to providing their customers with coffee flavours and services that are second to no-one. We would like to congratulate all finalists and winners for their achievements.”

The winners of The Irish Cafe Awards 2019 are:

Café of the Year Northern Ireland: Middletown Coffee Co (Ballymena)

Café of the Year Borders: The Narrow Quarter (Kerrykeel)

Café of the Year Midlands: The Galway Roast (Mullingar)

Café of the Year South East: Stable Diet Café (Wexford)

Café of the Year West : Café Nova (Castlebar)

 

Café of the Year Overall Winner: The Narrow Quarter (Kerrykeel)

 

Customers Most Wanted Café of the Year Northern Ireland: Serendipity Artisan Café Bar (Omagh)

Customers Most Wanted Café of the Year Borders: Café Acqua (Blackrock)

Customers Most Wanted Café of the Year Midlands: Emma’s Café (Birr)

Customers Most Wanted Café of the Year South East: The Tea Rooms at Duckett’s Grove (Carlow)

Customers Most Wanted Café of the Year West: Louisburgh 74 – Café Bistro (Mayo)

 

Customers Most Wanted Café of the Year Overall Winner: Emma’s Café (Birr)

 

Most Welcoming Café of the Year Northern Ireland: The Creamery Can (Ballymena)

Most Welcoming Café of the Year Borders: Doherty’s Café (Elaghbeg)

Most Welcoming Café of the Year Midlands: Ilia Café (Mullingar)

Most Welcoming Café of the Year South East: FragolaCafé (Kilkenny)

Most Welcoming Café of the Year South West: Bean in Dingle (Dingle)

Most Welcoming Café of the Year West Drumanilra Farm Kitchen (Boyle)

 

Most Welcoming Café of the Year Overall Winner: Doherty’s Café (Elaghbeg)

 

Best of Dublin: The Bretzel Bakery &Café (Dublin)

Best of Cork: Café Velo (Cork)

Best of Limerick: Luca’s Café (Limerick)

 Best of Galway: The Secret Garden (Galway)

Best of Belfast: Maggie Mays Belfast Café (Belfast)

Best Themed Café: The Happy Pear (Wicklow)

Best Café Food: Drumanilra Farm Kitchen (Boyle)

Barista Team of the Year: Middletown Coffee Co (Ballymena)

Best Café Ambience of the Year: Jungle Café (Galway)

Best Café Design: The Tram Café (Dublin)

Best Café Team: Il Fornaio (Dublin)

Best New Café: Bark & Bumble (Cork)

Best Neighbourhood Café: Chefs Café (Galway)

Best Community Café: Crosscare Community Café (Dublin)

Best Not for Profit Café: The Hub Café (Belfast)

Shopping Café of the Year: Brazco Coffee Academy (Galway)

Dessert Parlour of the Year: Mammy Johnston’s (Strandhill)

Best Visitors Café: North Down Museum (Bangor)

Best Coffee Shop: McCormack’s Coffee Shop (Mayo)

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