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The Dog House & Blue's Tea Rooms Howth
Howth, Co. Dublin
The Dog House & Blue's Tea Rooms Howth is a quirky coffee shop and restaurant located in the coastal town of Howth, County Dublin. They specialise in fresh pizza baked in a wood fire oven and a wide selection of unusual loose leaf teas.

The Dog House & Blue's Tea Rooms Howth, is a hidden gem in the village of Howth, which once discovered will keep you coming back for the excellent service and charming surroundings. Here visitors can curl up in an alcove with a good book from the open bookshelf, or sit outside in the sunshine and watch the world go by.

The Dog House & Blue's Tea Rooms Howth, serves a variety of pizza freshly baked from a wood fire oven, as well as a selection of paninis and fresh seafood. The speciality of The Dog House Blues is the large selection of herbal teas and expertly made coffees. The Dog House Blues also offer a selection of cakes and desserts.

The Dog House & Blue's Tea Rooms Howth offer a bring your own wine policy, with only €5 corkage charge per bottle. They also caters for private parties, advance booking required.

The Dog House & Blue's Tea Rooms Howth is located in Howth, North County Dublin, just seconds walk from the DART station. Located 15km from Dublin city centre, Howth and The Dog House & Blue's Tea Rooms Howth is easily accessible by DART or by bus. Howth is home to stunning cliff walks, sea views, great fishing spots, Howth lighthouse and Irelands Eye Island. The National Transport Museum is also located in Howth.

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Howth Dart Station, Howth Rd, Howth, Co. Dublin, Ireland
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