Galway’s newest coffee shop PLÁMÁS has opened its doors on Dominick Street in the city’s Westend, with a gallery space to promote local artists and craftspeople.
PLÁMÁS means ‘to flatter’ as Gaeilge, and the new coffee shop, which opened today, hopes to capture the craic, mischief, and community spirit of Galway.
It is located at 6 Dominick Street Upper in a building which was once a bakery in the 50s and 60s, before being used as office space in recent years.
The team behind PLÁMÁS chose to set up shop on Dominick Street as they say the vibe and ethos of the area is exactly what they hope to capture in this new space.
In the gallery area, people will find stunning photography prints as part of The Galway Photography Project, locally designed streetwear from Story Tailors, books about and inspired by Galway, perfect gifts for the Galway lover in your life and much more.
PLÁMÁS will be open 8am to 5pm between Tuesday and Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sundays.