Coffee Boutique

Coffee Boutique

Coffee Boutique is a family owned and managed coffee shop and restaurant on Main Street, Delvin.

Opened in July 2016 by Andrew and Deirdre Lawlor, Coffee Boutique serves everything from delicious homemade soups, sandwiches and cooked lunches, to luscious cheesecakes and a la carte ice creams.

Guests can enjoy complimentary wi-fi access while they sip their coffees on one of the comfy sofas, or browse the library as their lunch is being prepared fresh.

A takeaway service is available and credit and debit cards are accepted.

Key Services

  • Breakfast & lunches
  • Homemade cakes & patries
  • Gourmet icecream
  • Barista coffee
  • Photography, jewellery & books
  • Wi-Fi


Coffee Boutique
Main Street
County Westmeath
N91 ARX5


Hours Of Business

Tuesday - Friday 
9am - 6pm

Saturday & Sunday
10am - 6pm

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Does anybody out there have a mobile on the Eir network?
What's the coverage like around Delvin, particularly on Main St?
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I'm athboy rd and coverage was terrible. Not to mention but there a shower of ......... to deal with, that's of you ever to get actually speak to a real person. 😡

I’m on eir... dreadful customer service.. but no problem with the signal!

I’m on the Athboy Road and Eir was awful. Went with fiber broadband only on the Sky network. Excellent

I'm just on athboy road with eir find it great

Bad , found vodafone the best for signal

I I have eir phone and it's perfect in main street

Declan was with them but had to leave,signal bad!

Heard nothing but bad feedback about eir 👌

yes I do, the coverage is very good

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Coffee Boutique, Delvin.

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A view behind the scenes of The Rapscallion Drama Group's performance in Mullingar Arts Centre - Tis the very fabric of scandal!
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Coffee Boutique, Delvin.

Looking forward very much to taking to the stage at the Tuar Ard Theatre in How he this coming Friday 8th February.Today is the 56th anniversary of the death of John Weldon (aka Brinsley MacNamara), author of "The Valley of The Squinting Windows". He died in Gilford Drive, Sandymount and was buried in Deans Grange Cemetery. Over a half century after his death his novel has found a new life in the form of Frank Shouldice's fantastic play which we, the Rapscallion Drama Group, are privileged to have performed multiple times in the past year. "The book" has caused a fair bit of drama in its time but in the last 12 months has been re-appraised and celebrated. This Friday, we will take to the stage again in Tuar Ard Arts Centre, our 5th performance of Garradrimna; one wonders what John would say if he knew that the people of Delvin (plus a few others) were bringing his work to new audiences in the year 2019? We hope he would've approved. Maybe a scribbler is welcome in his home town after all. ... See MoreSee Less

Looking forward very much to taking to the stage at the Tuar Ard Theatre in How he this coming Friday 8th February.Image attachment