Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Are Cafes the new Bars?

Is cafe culture a real alternative to a night in the pub?  Dublin is home to a number
of cafes who offer a great nights out without the pints.

Accents coffee and tea shop:  located on stephen street just off Georges street,
Accents is host to Dublin's first non-alcoholic comedy night every Monday evening.
Perfect excuse to catch up with friends for a laugh without the lager.

Busybee and Coco cafe:  A buzzing fairtrade cafe just off grafton street.  Late opening
and live music every Saturday makes this a great place to check out if you fancy a change
from the pub scene.

Bewleys cafe theatre:  This iconic landmark on the heart of Grafton street is home
to regular theatre nights.  Check out their website for upcoming shows

Moda:  Located in Rathmines, Moda is a funky art cafe with late opening until 10pm.
Knitting enthusiasts should check out their Tuesday night Knitting group.

Promenade Cafe:  A charming cafe in Dun laoghaire which has started to hold Monthly
theatre nights.  Like them on facebook to keep up to date.

Are cafes finally usurping pubs in the capital?  To be honest, probably not,
Pubs and boozing are part of our DNA.  However, its great to have options,
Heres to more choice!

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