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Bewley's Grafton Street opened its doors again today (just in time for elevenses)

It’s been closed for almost three years during a massive refurbishment.

Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTube

BEWLEY’S GRAFTON STREET reopened to the public at 11am this morning – after being closed for almost three years.

The multi-million euro refurbishment of the landmark cafe sees the return of the iconic stained-glass windows and open fireplaces – but table service has also been introduced throughout the cafe.

The ground floor opened its doors again today, with the rest of the establishment due to open next spring.

“Something unique in the character of Dublin has been missing,” said Paddy Campbell of Bewley’s. “I’m thrilled it’s back.”

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