We’re all used to seeing coffee shops, either on the high street or tucked away in the backstreets, but for those looking for a less conventional setting to enjoy their coffee, The Blend has found the top 7 coffee shops, situated in weird places!
Victorian Public Toilet
Get your warm brown liquid here! The Attendant in London is a restored Victorian toilet, converted into a coffee shop, providing food and beverages at rock-bottom prices – (no pun intended…)
The FOUNDation Project are adapting skips to become coffee outlets. Sprucing them up with the latest coffee making kit, meaning customers won’t be getting any old rubbish here – (okay I’ll stop now…)
Container Coffee, located on Thomas Street in Dublin is housed in a bright blue, recycled shipping container with a cracking view of St. Patrick’s Tower, making it a great spot for a quirky grab-and-go coffee.
Housed in a 19th century graveyard watch house; this coffee shop’s unusual interior provides a great place for some quality coffee and people watching. – (I’ll see myself out…)
Trainspotting anyone? Not at this station, 1923 keeps its classic train station vibe with retro signs and fencing, while serving a host of caffeinated drinks inside.
St George’s Church
A stunning yet unusual place for a coffee shop, situated on the south west corner of queen square. St George’s gives customers an incredible view of grand architecture while enjoying a coffee.
An Old Bank
Banks are designed to provide a grand setting to make customers feel secure with investments so why let that kind of building go to waste? Old Bank Coffee made sure it didn’t, providing artisan coffee that won’t break the bank. – (Oh come on that was good!)