Bewley's Café & Theatre
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+353 1 672 7720
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Bewley's Café & Theatre, located in the former Oriental Room of the Grafton Street Café, is Dublin's foremost stage for lunchtime drama & one of the city's most exciting venues for evening cabaret, jazz & comedy.
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Stephen R. lives 1.72 km from Bewley's Café & Theatre
on July 11th, 2012
When it comes to cafés in the city centre, Bewleys is Dublin tradition. I imagine it was there when the Vikings arrived, and they just built Dublin (and later Grafton Street) around it. It's generally busy and it's always a little more expensive than it needs to be, but I've never had a bad experience in this place. The service is always good, the food is always lovely and the atmosphere is always fantastic. There are several levels so there's normally a seat to be found, no matter how busy it is, and they'll happily cater for you whether you're looking for a three-course meal or just coffee and a bun. It's one of the best-known places in town to get something to eat, and it fully deserves its reputation.
Shelby C. lives 2.63 km from Bewley's Café & Theatre
on November 17th, 2011
When someone asks if I want to meet up for tea, I usually suggest Bewley's! Not only is this Grafton Street cafe cute and convenient, but the beverages are reasonably priced and downright delectable. And it's a great place for lunch, too! I had the feta cheese salad--complete with with broccoli, chickpeas, sugar snap peas, toasted hazelnuts and sundried tomato pesto--the other day and absolutely loved it. Be warned that even the "small" size is enough to fill you up, though.
The only reason why I gave Bewley's four stars instead of five is because it is always quite busy, and sometimes service can be slow. I guess that's a good sign, really, but I tend to like my cafes calm and quiet.
Also, be sure to take a moment to appreciate Henry Clarke's stained glass windows in the back of the restaurant! They are simply stunning.
Amy B. lives 2.66 km from Bewley's Café & Theatre
on January 11th, 2011
The perfect place to meet for tea! I love the cafe sections on the first and second floors - especially if you can get a window seat over-looking Grafton Street. Great for people watching! Good for lunch too!
Susan Q. lives 3.31 km from Bewley's Café & Theatre
on March 8th, 2010
Aren't we glad that Bewley's survived the Celtic Tiger, It was touch and go there for a while. A lovely cafe both downstairs and up with a delicious selection of cakes and pastries and a a full food menu. Try the hot chocolate it's delicious!
Joe B. lives 2.18 km from Bewley's Café & Theatre
on February 14th, 2009
For one of the best places for tea/coffee or even a glass of vino, check out this place. Its athmosphere is always lively and the only trouble can be finding a table. Prices reasonable for the area and the decor is very fitting for such a historic building. Some nice art work also worth checking out.
Highs: Hot chocolate, athmosphere and location
Lows: Getting a window seat, cake sizes! :-)