Where To Get Coffee and Gifts in Galway
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Where To Get Coffee and Gifts in Galway

Have you ever forgotten to buy your friend a present but don’t have enough time before you meet them and you really need a coffee run? Well just in case that ever happens, we’ve got you covered with a list of Galway coffee shops and cafés where you can get both coffee and gifts under the same roof.


PLÁMÁS is home to a gallery to promote local artists and craftspeople alike which you can browse while you wait for your coffee. Serving Compass coffee which is roasted locally in Tuam by Geometry Coffee, they are all about the ethos of the area and community. They also have a wide selection of gifts that would be perfect for both a coffee enthusiast and a non-enthusiast. They have baking books by Blasta Books, prints by Shane Cluskey and Áine Illustrations, coffee beans by Geometry Coffee Roasters and peanut butter by Harry’s Nutbutter. If you’re ever down in the West End, make sure to pop in and get your gifts and coffee needs sorted.
-6 Dominick St Upper / more here

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Kali Coffee Bar

Kali Coffee Bar is a small cafe in Salthill with owners who are passionate about coffee. The little hideaway owned by Laura and Enda is home of the 2023 Irish Brewers Cup and is the 16th best brewer in the world. If you’re out for a stroll with your dog and need to grab one of their delicious cups of coffee, don’t fret because they are pup friendly! Check out their range of gifts such as artworks, photographs by David Suoto, espresso and filter coffees from Friedhats and Calendar Coffee, move mugs from Fellow Products while your dog is treated to the finest pupachino in Salthill.
-133 Upper Salthill Rd / more here

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Ré and Fairhill Coffee and Design

Ré and Fairhill are two great coffee shops run by Sinead Curran. Fairhill, located on lower Abbeygate street and Ré in Salthill, allows you to get your coffee fix both sides of the River Corrib. The shops pride themselves in design, stocking amazing crafts, socks, mugs, cards from weird watercolour, chocolate from Bean and Goose, plates, soaps, and natural wines by Le Caveau Wine Merchants. These two shops have everything you need, so on your next walk through town or The Prom pop into the amazing baristas in Ré and Fairhill for a silky flat white, you won’t be disappointed.
-137 Upper Salthill Rd more here / 11 Lower Abbeygate Street 

Photo courtesy of Ré

Down the Lane

Down the Lane is a Tuam takeaway coffee and homemade local bakes café with a range of products created by local makers. Cute tote bags by Totes for Dotes, candles by BREO, cups and mugs by Finnegan's Pottery and knitted/crocheted gifts by Little Smiles Gifts. Grab yourself or a friend a gift while also satisfying a sweet tooth with their range of baked goods at the till. Triple chocolate brownies, Kinder blondies and Biscoff stuffed white chocolate cookies are just a few of the mouth watering treats to choose from.
-Unit 7, Church Ln, Townparks (2nd Division), Tuam / more here

Photo courtesy of Down The Lane Tuam

Coffeewerk + Press

Working with a variety of international roasters Coffeewerk + Press brings the world of specialty coffee and international design to the forefront of Galway. They are a multi-roaster café and proudly work with over 30 local and international coffee roasters who exemplify ethical business practices. They also stock an array of designers who produce hand crafted products from all over the world. From blankets, pillows and socks by NISHIGUCHI KUTSUSHITA, to Nordic Winter cookbooks you’re bound to find the perfect gift you need. Browse their website or call into them for more gifts.
-4 Quay St / more here

Photo courtesy of Coffeewerk + Press

Tree Bark Store

Tree Bark Store, situated in Moycullen, is an all stop shop with specialty coffee from local roaster Calender Coffee. The cute interior has a lovely wholesome earthy feel that is extremely inviting. The store prides themselves in supporting local Irish businesses stocking all the Irish gifts your heart could imagine, such as jewellery from A Little Idea, prints from local artists, organic wines and much more. Their website also allows you to browse and buy online if you so please. For more click here. So do yourself the favour and pop down to Moycullen to Tree Bark Store.
-Kilrainey Shopping Centre, Moycullen/ more here

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Súil Eile Space

Súil Eile Space in Barna is a beautifully tranquil place for one's coffee hit. The welcoming space is home to yoga classes and breathing workshops (gift vouchers can be purchased for classes and workshops, if you wish to gift an experience to a loved one) , and you can feel the sense of calm within the shop. The coffee is always on point and the gifts they stock are great, from Harry’s Nut Butter to crystals and incense there is something in here for everyone. The baristas love a cúpla focal, which we love to see at This is Galway! And once you're done inside, head out for a walk along Barna pier for some fresh Connemara air.

-Unit 4, Súil Eile Space, An Coirnéal, Seapoint, Bearna / more here

Photo courtesy of Súil Eile Space 

My Little Flower

My Little Flower out in Oughterard is a great place for a bake and a silky coffee. The once rugby player turned coffee connoisseur has the shop decked out with all things coffee brewing related, and is the perfect one stop shop for any friend who is coffee obsessed. While there treat yourself to a bake provided by Mór bakes, from cookies to cakes, with gluten free and vegan options too, it's the perfect stop on a trip around the West.
-Main Street, Cregg, Oughterard/ more here

Photo courtesy of My Little Flower

Magpie Bakery

If you want to get an edible gift for your friend, Magpie Bakery is the place to go. With incredible pastries made in house and sourdough bread that flies off the shelves, head down Thursday to Sunday to treat yourself and your friend to a pastry you will not forget (Their morning bun is incredible!). But get there early because there will be a queue!
-Unit 12, The Cornstore, Galway/ more here

Photo courtesy of Magpie Bakery

Feature photo courtesy of Coffeewerk + Press

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