22 Dec2018 Next stop Coffee!
Today is an exciting day for all the Insomnia team as we’ve opened in Heuston Station, Dublin!
Heuston Station is one of Ireland’s main railway stations, linking the capital with the south, southwest and west – it’s also one of the busiest stations in city centre, especially during the Christmas season!
December is probably one of the busiest months in Heuston Station, many people take the train to
21 Dec2018 Christmas Opening Hours
We would like to inform all our loyal customers that there will be a slight change to some of our stores opening hours over the festive period.
From everyone here at Insomnia Coffee Company
20 Dec2018 Take a break this Christmas in Tullamore
There was great excitement in the air as we officially opened in Spar Arden Road, Tullamore, with both barista and self service counters.
We are proud to join several other well known brands, such as Chopped and Shakers and offer the station's customers quality coffee and great value meal deals. Our full range of hot beverages, bakery and sandwiches will also be on offer along with seating for up to 64 people. So, no
10 Dec2018 Dundalk – we are back!
Today we’ve opened a new store in Dundalk, Co. Louth!
Located in the Neighbourhood Centre, next to Dunnes Stores, the store is located near the industrial estate, the primary schools and colleges.
Rebecca Duffy Hamil is the new store manager and has worked with Insomnia for more than 7 years, she started as a barista in Malahide and more recently became store manager in Blanchardstown. Rebecca is now opening Dundalk and is thrilled about the new challenge!
10 Dec2018 Your daily grind has arrived to Letterkenny!
We are now open in Letterkenny! We’re thrilled to have opened today our first store in Co. Donegal, just in time for your Christmassy Coffee!
Letterkenny, known as The Cathedral Town and the largest town in County Donegal, is now home for an Insomnia coffee shop – located in the Main Street where the famous Berry Layne restaurant used to be, the store is located in the Cathedral quarter in the heart of the town centre, just a short walk away from the cathedral.