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Tribe Coffee is based in an old stable, in a courtyard in Saintfield. My husband and I started out in 2016 in a converted horsebox. We wanted to create/be a part of a larger collective of people coming together through coffee and shared interests. As we were nomadic at the time, Tribe seemed to be the perfect fit.
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We serve our Tribe Toasted sandwiches alongside our homemade soups and freshly baked scones and soda bread.
We have brownies, caramel squares, peanut butter balls, bacon and Cheddar soda bread and stout wheaten bread. All of which we make from scratch.
We are open all year and are currently working on plans for our second location, where we can grow our menu and welcome more people. That’s our favourite thing about Tribe.
We moved from the horsebox to the courtyard as we wanted to build connections and get to know our regulars. The stories we hear and the people we meet will forever have a lasting impression on us.
Find out more about Tribe Coffee here.
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