Ireland’s first boutique specialty coffee and record store is set to open in Dublin this January. A considered minimalist space inspired by Nordic design, Wavetable offers customers a space where a love of coffee and music can be mutually enjoyed. Operating for takeaway initially, Wavetable will be serving a range of specialty coffees and delicious vegan cakes, supplied by local and Irish suppliers.
Commenting on the launch of Wavetable, co-founder Ross Chaney said, “We’re really excited about the upcoming opening of Wavetable. Since setting up our Instagram page last week, we received such a positive response from the local community. We’re ready to bring something new to Drumcondra and the northside as a whole. There is a great appetite for music and coffee alike in Ireland, and we are delighted to be able to create a community for like minded individuals.’
In order to support the Irish arts industry and Irish musicians, Wavetable are working with a range of Irish artists across a spectrum of music genres, offering the store as an outlet to sell their records. Lankum and Junior Brother are some of the artists who will be stocked instore.
Tucked away from the main road in upper Drumcondra, Wavetable is perched neatly between urban and suburban Drumcondra, with the beautiful Griffith Park less than five minutes’ walk away. Wavetable is located at 19C Millbourne Avenue, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.