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Where To Get Your Toastie Fix In Dublin

Our 12 favourite places in the capital.

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The humble toastie is a well-known Irish delicacy and comes in many shapes and forms. 

We like to create lists of some of our favourite places to eat in the city and toasties are no different. Everyone has a go-to place to get their fix so we decided to round up some of our favourite places to get toasties in Dublin. 

1. Nice N Cheesy

Herbert Park and other Dublin markets

Nice N Cheesy is easily one of the best places to gets toasties in Dublin. Available regularly at Herbert Park in Ballsbridge, Nice N Cheesy use Firehouse Bakery sourdough and a blend of a Wicklow and Cork cheeses to create their mouthwatering sandwiches.

2. Clanbrassil Coffee Shop

Clanbrassil Street, Dublin 8

Off the side of revered Dublin restaurant Clanbrassil House, Clanbrassil Coffee Shop is a tiny five-seater spot that serves up killer coffee, housemade pastries and some of the most amazing toasties in Dublin. There's something special about these lovingly crafted sandwiches, so we recommend you pop in ASAP to try them out. 

3. Meltdown

Curved Street, Temple Bar

Meltdown has gained serious fame over the past while thanks to its outrageous toastie offerings, which have been known to include chorizo, pulled pork and mac and cheese. It's easy to get obsessed with these delicious fillings, all of which are made inhouse for ultimate flavour. 

4. Grogan's

South William Street

Grogan's is extremely well-known around the city for its creamy Guinness and delicious toasties. More than likely, if you ask any local where to go for a toastie in Dublin, this is the answer you will receive. Make sure you pair your sandwich with a pack of Tayto for the full experience. 

5. Bibi's 

Emorville Avenue, Dublin 8

This cosy neighbourhood café doesn't just serve up amazing salads and baked goods, Bibi's also offers an absolutely decadent toastie that is easily one of the most delicious in the capital. If you're looking for comfort food in a gorgeous spot, then you need to get down to Bibi's.

6. Loose Canon Cheese and Wine

Drury Street

One of Dubin's coolest spots for artisan cheese and natural wines, Loose Canon also serves an amazing cheese toastie. This tiny shop can get very busy, very fast, so make sure you get down early to try and nab yourself a spot to enjoy your sandwich. If it's a nice day, there's no better place to enjoy a glass of red and a toastie than the bench outside this store.

7. Vice Coffee Inc

Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1

Tucked away on Middle Abbey Street, Vice Coffee Inc quietly serves up some of the best toasties in Dublin, alongside great coffee. If you're looking for somewhere a chilled-out with a great atmosphere, this spot is where you need to go.

8. Oxmantown

Mary's Abbey, Dublin 7

We're big fans of Oxmantown at FOOD&WINE as their sandwiches can take any lunch from dull to delicious, so we're delighted to tell you that they also serve some of the best toasties in Dublin. With a great range of flavours on offer, plus amazing coffee and sweet treats, Oxmantown's range of toasties never disappoints.

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9. Fia 

Rathgar

One of Dublin's best brunch spots, Fia in Rathgar is a little outside of the city centre but is usually jam-packed with hungry punters. Their toasties are always perfectly toasted and oozing with delicious fillings.

10. 147 Deli

Parnell Street, Dublin 1

Another spot that's always jam-packed come lunchtime, 147 Deli has a gorgeous sandwich menu full of delicious, housemade options. If you manage to grab a table inside, it's a great place to enjoy your lunch break, otherwise stroll up to Mountjoy Square Park and enjoy the sun.

11. Bread 41

Pearse Street, Dublin 2

The little sister to Bread Nation Bakery, Bread 41 uses some of the country's best bread to make their delicious toasties. Made with red cheddar, Gruyère, taleggio cheese, pickled onions and homemade batch, this toastie will keep you coming back to this café,

12. Green Bench Café

Montague Street, Dublin 2

Well-known for their sausage roll Fridays, Green Bench Café sells an amazing range of soups and salads, but it's their sandwiches that draw us in. We love how fresh and flavoursome the toasties are and if you pair them with a cup of soup, you'll be full for the entire day. 

Where do you like to get toasties in Dublin? Let us know in the comments below.