Cafes : Bewleys Bld

Cafes : Bewleys Bld
Address : Bewley's Cafe Theatre, 2nd Floor, Bewley's Building, 78/79 Grafton S
Dublin 2
Phone :+353 (0)87 9892994
Email : info@bewleyscafetheatre.com
Website : http://www.bewleyscafetheatre.com
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Bewley's Cafes are very much part of the Dublin scene. Enjoy excellent coffee and a stickey bun from the bakery after shopping!! Breakfast & pastries daily, carvery lunch or snack during the day or a la carte dining each evening. Great selection, good value and good service.

Opening Hours

OPENING HOURS FOR BEWLEYS BREKFAST / TAKEAWAYS
Takeaway Coffee from 07.30, daily.
Breakfast is served from 08.00am to 11.30am, Monday to Saturday;

Opening hours
08.00 to 23.00, daily.
Takeaway Coffee from 07.30.

OPENING HOURS FOR CAFE BAR DELI
Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 11:00pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays: 11:30am - 10:00pm

Cuisine Type

Tasters
Salads
Pizza
Pasta
Desserts
White Wine
Red Wine

ne of the most famous cafes in Dublin are the Bewleys Cafes on Grafton Street. The cafes are famous for their ambiance. The quality of their food is variable. However, certainly worth a quick tea, coffee or glass of milk.

Bewley's is a multi-million pound Irish success story. Like many other Irish success stories, the Group has expanded into the international arena. Bewleys is the market leader in ground coffee in Ireland and you can enjoy Bewleys teas and coffees in hotels, cafes and restaurants all over Ireland, as well as enjoying the unique Bewleys taste at home.

Bewley's Cafes are very much part of the Dublin scene. Over the years the central figure among the large staff was Victor Bewley who moved about staff and customers with a welcoming smile and gracious courtesy.

Bewleys is a well known landmark and regular haunt of budding artists, writers and the young and famous. All three locations in the city are very popular meeting places for locals and visitors alike throughout the day. Enjoy excellent coffee and a stickey bun from the bakery after shopping!! Breakfast & pastries daily, carvery lunch or snack during the day or a la carte dining each evening. Great selection, good value and good service.

History
Dublin and Bewley's, the chain of cafes founded in 1840, are inextricably linked. Locals and visitors alike still revel in the smell of roast coffee and the delights of the sticky bun in Bewley's cafes, especially at Grafton Street and Westmoreland Street. A small area on the first floor of the Grafton Street cafe, which once housed Bewley's chocolate factory, has been turned into a museum, with family portraits, old equipment, teapots from the 1920s and even an old one-penny lavatory lock.

With the large, bustling tea-rooms, Bewleys was the perfect place for writers to come in and observe their fellow Dubliners taking a break, meeting friends and lovers and of course, drinking tea and coffee. Brendan Behan, Brian O'Nolan and Patrick Kavanagh were three famous regulars in the '50s, although those three renowned drinkers were probably there to sober up, rather than do any serious work.

Dublin Institution
Steeped in local history and folklore, Bewley's Cafes are a Dublin institution. The surroundings in the older premises (Westmoreland Street and Grafton Street) are glorious-old wooden paneled rooms, stained glass, vast coffee canisters. The banquettes are miraculously comfortable when you're settling in with your daily paper.

This Dublin institution is open from breakfast time onwards. Its breads, pastries and home-made soups are superb.

Mackerel


Mackerel at 'Bewley's Building' is Dublin's fish restaurant, serving stunning food with a distinctive Irish flavor. Mackerel's beautiful yet relaxed environment is housed in the famous Bewley's building on Grafton St - heartbeat of Dublin for generations.

Menu

Plenty of options are available:
Starters
Desserts
Cocktails
Coffees
Wine Menu
Main Menu

'....there was carpaccio of tuna, thinly sliced...encrusted with pepper. This stuff melted on the tongue.'
'...then rolling up our sleeves we got stuck into pollock - a big meaty steak of the stuff. This was sublime.'
'...next came the splendidly traditional desserts....intensely rich and silky.'
'Mackerel is a very user-friendly restaurant. This is proper seafood with sensible pricing. It deserves to flourish.'
Tom Doorley, Irish Times

'any new fish restaurant is a thing to be celebrated, especially one that offers classic quality as well as originality in its cuisine... a fish eaters Shangri-la is now open.
the mussels were big and beautiful and vanished with considerable speed.....they were quite perfect.
the smokies are a delight you all should savour.
the haddock......produces a dish for kings and queens everywhere.
the dessert...a quite and amazing lemon mousse.
Long may it prosper.'
Alan Stanford, Irish Independent.

Opening Hours

12.00 to 22.00, daily.
Closed on Bank Holidays.

BOOKING FOR MACKEREL RESTAURANT
Please arrange booking by calling us on the phone.

Tel: +353 (0)1 6727719
Email: enquiry@mackerel.ie

Seating Capacity
50 persons

Cafe Bar Deli

Cafe Bar Deli was founded in 2001 on the principle that great food can be served with style at reasonable prices. Cafe Bar Deli is proud of its pizzas, pastas and salads. They are the best in town.

Menu
Tasters
Salads
Pizza
Pasta
Desserts
White Wine
Red Wine
Selection of Bottled Beers
Water
Bewley's Coffee
Tea

"...the food is good, the dishes have broad appeal and the prices are competitive... friendly, efficient and enthusiastic (service)..."
Irish Times Magazine

"...the service was excellent... it is cosy, welcoming
and good value for your money... the pasta was truly excellent cooked perfectly... I stopped talking and cleaned the plate"
Irish Independent (Alan Stanford
)

OPENING HOURS FOR CAFE BAR DELI
Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 11:00pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays: 11:30am - 10:00pm

BOOKING

No advance booking, just walk in and we
will feed you.

Tel: +353 1 6727720
Email: graftonstreet@cafebardeli.ie

Breakfast at Bewleys

The Dublin Breakfast is open for business. The early nourishment which served generations aims to do it again. Breakfast at Bewleys is in Bewley's Cafe on Grafton St - heartbeat of Dublin for generations

Menu

Bewley's Coffee
Tea
Juice
Granola
Organic Porridge
Italian Breads
Bagels
Organic Yoghurt

OPENING HOURS FOR BEWLEYS BREKFAST / TAKEAWAYS

Takeaway Coffee from 07.30, daily.
Breakfast is served from 08.00am to 11.30am, Monday to Saturday;

and 09.00am to 11.30am, Sunday and Bank Holidays

BOOKING
No advance booking

Tel: +353 (0)1 6727720
Email: enquiry@bewleysbreakfast.com

The Mezzanine Coffee & Bar

Mezzanine is the coffee and pastry place - a great place to see and be seen, to meet and greet, to eat. The Mezzanine's is housed in the famous Bewley's Cafe on Grafton Street, where you can drink coffee roasted on site.

Menu
Espresso Beverages
Ice Blended Beverages
Tea
Juices
Bagels
Scones and Breads
Selection of Pastries
White Wine
Red Wine
Selection of Bottled Beers

Opening hours
08.00 to 23.00, daily.
Takeaway Coffee from 07.30.

Tel:: +353 (0)1 6727719

Cafe Theatre

Bewleys Cafe Theatre is delighted to announce the return of evening entertainment to its Grafton Street home. Revamped, redecorated and sporting a brand new piano, Dublin's most intimate venue offers a rich variety of jazz, blues, folk, cabaret and comedy, under the banner 'Live at the Oriental Room'.

Bewley's Cafe Theatre, located in the former Oriental Room of the Grafton Street Cafe, is Dublin's foremost stage for lunchtime drama

Contact/Reservations

Tel: +353 (0)86 8784001
Email: info@bewleyscafetheatre.com

Other Branch
10 Westmoreland St., Dublin 2.
Tel: 01-6355400



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