Cobalt Café & Gallery
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16 N Great George's St · interesting places nearby
Cobalt Café & Gallery information
A lovely little cafe just opposite the James Joyce Cultural Centre, the Cobalt occupies the ground floor of an elegant Georgian building and serves honest-to-goodness sandwiches stuffed with lots of lovely fillings. The big fireplace is the spot to warm those winter toes.