Bewley's Grafton Street Cafe
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Bewley's Grafton Street Cafe information
Dublin's most famous cafe was founded in 1840 and is a tourist attraction in its own right, drawing visitors in with its elegant main room and its magnificent set of stained-glass windows by Harry Clarke (1889–1931). The food – a selection of pizzas, burgers and sandwiches – is decent, but it's really just about savouring a nice cup of tea. It was closed in early 2016 for extensive refurbishment.