At the suggestion of her son, Mary Hogan-Bard named her coffee shop Claddagh Coffee. The name (pronounced kla'-dah) is an Irish symbol of two hands holding a crowned heart. It signifies love, friendship, and loyalty—qualities embodied by the West End cafe. The hands-and-heart logo appears on everything from windows to tees, and its meaning comes alive as baristas cheerfully craft Midwestern-roasted coffee, espresso drinks, and Irish-themed specialties. An espresso drink named Ceili (Gaelic for "dance") combines caramelized pineapple puree with coconut-cream milk foam. Foodsmiths prepare breakfast pastries, small plates, and paninis with organic ingredients, and hosts lead events including live concerts and book discussions. Large umbrellas, which can also be used to accent very large tiki drinks, shade the outdoor patio. Catering is available.