|The famous Bewleys cafe on Grafton Street Dublin & meeting place for generations of Dubliners since 1927 re-opened on May 30th 2005 under new management. Both the Grafton Street and older Westmoreland Street Bewleys shops had been closed since December 2004, following several years of poor trading. Local politicians & Dublin city councillors had also expressed concern at preserving an important part of the city's social heritage.|
Bewleys art-deco style Oriental cafe on Grafton Street Dublin.
Image of Christmas shoppers in Grafton Street Dublin.
During the early 1940s, the Bell Magazine for creative fiction writers was based in offices over Bewleys Grafton Street shop. The Irish writer
Sean O'Faoilean was editor of The Bell for several years &
contributing writers included Flann O'Brien, Jack B. Yeats &
A flower seller on the corner of Harry Street, off Dublin's Grafton Street - with Duke Street in the background & Saint Ann's Church on Dawson Street.
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Photograph of McDaids Pub, located at Harry Street, adjoining Grafton St. Dublin.
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