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Meet Me In The Morning

Meet Me In The Morning
50 Pleasants Street, Dublin 2
facebook.com/meetmeinthemorningcafe/

Meet Me In The Morning is currently one of Dublin’s more Instagrammable coffee shops. With a daycent coffee menu and a neat range of healthy breakfast and lunch options (the baked sweet potato is a fairly popular choice), it’s a good place to the list of places you should try out in Dublin.  The staff are ridiculously friendly which adds to the very casual vibes of the place.

What has it got?

Seating:  All of the tables have moveable wooden kitchen chairs. The chairs do not have arm rests.

Doors:  The front door is wide enough for a wheelchair and light to open. There’s a slight bump in but it’s barely  a bump, really, it’s a blip.

Ground: Stone/concrete floor.

Stairs: It’s all flat inside.

Bathrooms: The bathroom is very narrow and a wheelchair will not fit in there. However, Sova Vegan Butcher* next door has an accessible bathroom and I was allowed to use that. So if you’re visiting MMINM, you will be able to go next door to pee.

Spaciousness: Inside, the chairs and tables are a little bit close together so you’ll have to do a tiny bit of rearranging to find a table that suits.

Helpfulness of Staff: Oh my gosh, they’re great. Very sound and super helpful.

Parking: There is plenty of onstreet parking in the area with a number of wheelchair parking spots available on Camden Street.

Rating: 7.5/10
Why did it lose points? Meet Me In The Morning lost access points because their bathroom is extremely narrow and the tables inside are quite close together. However, it’s all on one level and the fact that there’s  a wheelchair bathroom available to use next doors in Sova Vegan Butcher means that you do not have to miss out on visiting here if you use a wheelchair and plan on drinking loads of coffee. 

 

* I plan on visiting and properly reviewing Sova Vegan Butcher soon. So far, I can say that the food smells fucking great and the bathroom is suitable.

About the author

Louise Bruton

Reviewing Dublin, step by step, in terms of wheelchair accessibility. Freelance journalist and pop culture enthusiast.

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