"Ask me about a fluffernutter"
Bewley's Oriental Cafe was a Dublin institution that appeared in novels, memoirs, songs and poetry. Originally a theater, it was converted to a cafe by the Bewley family in the late C19. Just up the street from Trinity College, you never knew who might be sitting at the table next to you enjoying a cuppa and a sweet biscuit or a sandwich. Their blended teas were fantastic. Bewley's survived famine, wars, economic depression, and all sorts of hard times. But the Caroney virus has apparently killed it.
The employees of Bewley's café on Dublin's Grafton Street have officially been made redundant. It was announced in May that the decision had been made to permanently ...