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8 of the most scrumptious scones in Dublin

Scone mad.

DUBLIN IS SPOILED for choice when it comes to delicious pastries.

But sometimes you just want a good old-fashioned scone.

Here are some of the best that the city has to offer.

1. Coffee2Go, Mespil Road

Look at that scone. It’s like a work of art.

2. Brother Hubbard, Capel Street

You haven’t lived until you’ve had a scone from Brother Hubbard lathered in their signature orange blossom butter.

3. Queen of Tarts, Cow’s Lane

The blueberry scones in Queen of Tarts are *kisses fingers*

4. Camerino, Capel Street

Get it into ya, Cynthia.

5. Cornucopia, Wicklow Street

#scones #vegan #delicious #savoury #cornucopia

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Vegan and looking to enjoy a scone? Head on over to Cornucopia.

6. The Woollen Mills, Lower Ormond Quay

If you’re craving a good old-fashioned comforting scone, look no further than The Woollen Mills. Heavenly.

7. Keogh’s Café, Trinity Street

Best scones in dublin ! #keoghs #raspberry #breakfast #dublin #food

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Over the years, Keogh’s has established itself as a haven for scone aficionados. Step inside and find out why for yourself.

8. The PepperPot, Powerscourt Centre

Scone, jam and cream with coffee.


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Amy O'Connor

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