11 Suffolk Street, Dublin 2
- 100% would recommend
- 98% would use again
Ranking - Avoca Store & Cafe
# 2 of 822 Cafes, Snack Bars & Tea Rooms in Dublin
# 2 of 102 Department Stores in Dublin
(28 October 2010)
by: Maria S. 5 out of 5
Avoca never ceases to amaze me in that it seems to tick every box when it comes to style & chicness. There's always a cool (if pricey) tag attached to everything there. Your eyes widen as you lust shamelessly over meticulous displays and imagine where you would put all these products should you be lucky enough to own them. And the food...bless the hands that made it, for it is the stuff of dreams. It's so difficult to leave without buying something, whether food or spotty retro biscuit tin.... Read more...
(26 October 2010)
by: Sue S. 5 out of 5
There is the first place i am going to go if I ever win the lotto!!! love this place so much, so much to choose from, if you are looking for something different to buy as a gift this is the place to go. As for the food, its out of this world, my favourite are the krispy buns, so tempting they never quite make it home with me. If you want to save a bit of money ask for a half a bowl of soup to save some money, they always give me three quarters of bowl which is more then enough, enjoy!... Read more...
(22 October 2010)
by: kathleen k. 4 out of 5
i love avoca hand weavers..it is such a noce treat to go have lunch and do a bit of browsing and maybe pick up the odd little treat..it is as everyones says a bit on the pricey side but you would nt be going every week and it is sooo nice when you do. i dont tend to but kids clothes there to be honest unless they re on sale.my favorite avoca is in kilmacanogue in wicklow..think the restuarant is so much bigger with lovely seating outside..... not mad about this branch as i think restuarant... Read more...
(19 October 2010)
by: Annie C. 4 out of 5
Avoca do the most delicious homemade foods, I really like their cheesecakes and rocky road, not great for the figure but great taste and makes ya feel good! They also do lovely house hold items and little nic nacs. I think its great dor little Christmas gifts and they do a wide selection of cookbooks and Christmas tree decorations. Looking forward to paying a visit before the festive season for some tasty treats.... Read more...
(08 October 2010)
by: Ivana M. 5 out of 5
All Avoca stores are great. I love the kitchen and food part of it. The kids clothes are lovely too, but a bit pricey. I never miss a chance to go in when im around and have a nice big piece of yummy cake. ... Read more...
(20 September 2010)
by: Lucy M. 5 out of 5
It's such a nice and exclusive place. The food is amazing, so fresh and delicious, worth paying a bit extra. It's a nice atmosphere to sit down and have a chat over a cup of coffee. Their produce is very good, especially bread and cakes (yummy). House stuff is a bit deer, but it is always nice to get a present there, as it looks expensive and different. Try the one on a way to Wicklo too, their restaurant serves amazing food also.... Read more...
(17 September 2010)
by: donna s. 5 out of 5
Avoca is such a nice little shop. In the downstairs part they have lots of yummy food, their salads are delicious! in the upper part they have lots of goodies and homewares. they have a selection of clothing which is very cute and unique. their home items are all unique looking too. its not too cheap but its a quirky little place and if you come here during a sale you'll surely find a bargain.... Read more...
(17 September 2010)
by: Christine B. 4 out of 5
I always feel when I shop in Avoca that i'm treating myself! Everything is merchandised so well and is so inviting to the customer that I end up spending hours here without noticing. The staff are so helpful and they sell lots of kooky jewellery and odd bits. The food is so good, it's delicious. It's tastes so good u'd think it's gotta be bad for you!! You can buy the recipe books here too, i really recommend the carrot cake, delish!!... Read more...
(15 September 2010)
by: Orla B. 5 out of 5
avoca is brilliant. a touch on the expensive side but great all the same. some lovely clothing and jewelery pieces. DELICIOUS food especially the great range of salads and baked chocolate treats they have for sale.. they do beautiful scones and breads also. can be a bit pricey though!!!!!... Read more...
(13 September 2010)
by: Treasa B. 5 out of 5
Really lovely shop. Clothes for kids, and adults and usually are quirky and cute and very unusual. I love the fact that their kitchen range, weighing scales, cookbooks, and utensils are alway 1950's americana. Food is yum and you'll probably spend a lot more than intended in this shop, I always come out with a list of more I wan to buy!... Read more...
(13 September 2010)
by: Etain F. 5 out of 5
Avoca is great, your wallet won't thank you for going in here but you're missing out if you don't! They have some wonderful ornaments and stationary that you won't find anywhere else, and the cafe downstairs has the most amazing food. If it's a special occassion I'll usually buy some cakes down there, and there's one, the rocky road, which is amazing. It's so moreish you'll probably only be able to eat one piece but I've yet to find rocky road that surpasses the one they serve in Avoca.... Read more...
(31 August 2010)
by: Mary O. 3 out of 5
this is the kind of place that you can really pick up some cool little funky things! its great for picking up trinkets as part of a birthday present etc! the cafe is cool too and is a nice place to meet for a coffee and a chat! they have a lovely deli that offers some delicious food!! i have always found the staff to be cool,helpful and quirky! me likey!... Read more...
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