My Town: Ana Adriff From Capel St. Pharmacy

ana adriff from capel st. pharmacy

Ana Adriff from Capel St. Pharmacy chats to us about the urban haven that is Dublin, reveals her favourite LGBT friendly venue and tells us the one thing she’s do to improve our fair city


We caught up with Ana Adriff, a pharmacist from Capel St. Pharmacy to find out her favourite LGBT friendly place in Dublin, why she loves the capital of Ireland and what she thinks is it’s hidden gem.

ana adriff from capel st. pharmacy

1. In ten words or less, tell us why you love doing business in Dublin town.

Because it feels like you are in an urban haven where you constantly meet people you have things in common with.


2. The most gay-friendly haunt in the city, apart from the scene?

Our neighbour on Capel Street, Brother Hubbard café.


3. If you could do one thing to improve Dublin, what would it be?

It would have more outdoor spaces with blankets, heaters, loungers… street coziness is what Dublin needs sometimes.


4. Who is your favourite Dubliner of all time, dead or alive?

Oscar Wilde. Over and over again.


5. Hidden gem of the city?

Meet Me In The Morning café, off Camden Street.



Capel St. Pharmacy is located at 138 Capel Street, just a minute’s walk up from Pantibar.

With healthcare available and a wide selection of beauty products, Capel St. Pharmacy provides care “for you and your family”, offering free delivery for repeat prescriptions and heavy or bulky items.

Their website has a range of advice for those looking to get information on the government payment scheme or what a generic drug is and how it differs from the branded drugs that are usually better known.

Other services they offer include flu vaccinations, smoking cessation advice, blood pressure screening and more.

If you have a question you want to ask a pharmacist, they also have an ‘Ask The Pharmacist’ feature on their website which can be accessed here, with responses within two working days.

Capel Street Pharmacy, 138 Capel St, D1,

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This article originally appeared in the December 2016 Issue of GCN (Issue 324), which can be read online here.


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