A collection of stained glass windows from the Harry Clarke Studios has come to light and is to be sold at auction. Photographs supplied by Fonsie Mealy Auctioneers.

A collection of stained glass church windows from Dublin’s renowned Harry Clarke studio has come to light and is to be sold at auction later this mon(...)

Bewleys on Grafton Street: Plans for its redevelopment, costing more than €1 million, were lodged with Dublin City Council in recent weeks. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Bewley’s Café on Grafton Street will close this afternoon after almost 90 years in business for a refurbishment expected to last at least six months.A(...)

Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street, Dublin 2: it is  closing for six months for a major overhaul. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Those of you who have been lamenting the future of the iconic Bewley’s cafe on Dublin’s Grafton Street should relax, put the kettle on and take a load(...)

Bewley’s  in Grafton Street: It will spend more than €1 million upgrading the protected structure. In a bid to reduce annual losses of €1.2 million it  will trade only on the ground floor  and halve its seating to about 160. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Bewley’s cafe on Grafton Street, which has been one of Dublin’s most popular institutions since it opened in 1927, is to close soon for at least six (...)

Revenue for the Campbell Bewley Group rose 6.6 per cent last year to €104 million, the first time since 2004 that turnover topped €100 million. Photograph: David Sleator

Irish-owned coffee group Bewley’s increased its after-tax profits by 43 per cent to €2.2 million last year on the back of strong growth in the UK.Rev(...)

The Bewley’s Clock, a 19th-century fusee bracket clock, made by McMaster and Son of 91 Grafton Street, Dublin. It was purchased by Ernest Bewley for his office when he opened the famous landmark cafe in Westmoreland Street in 1896. The estimate is €1,500-€2,500 at Adam’s

A busy schedule of spring and summer auctions at Adam’s concludes next weekend with a Sunday Interiors sale featuring more than 550 lots. The auction (...)

Sales in the UK and the US now account for almost two-thirds Campbell Bewley’s  turnover. Photograph: David Sleator

Irish coffee group Campbell Bewley trebled its profit in 2012 to €1.5 million following strong revenue growth at its UK and US divisi(...)

The High Court has ruled that Bewley’s rent for its Grafton Street premises in Dublin must fall to market rates.

Retailers and business groups have welcomed the High Court decision that rent payable by Bewley’s Cafe must be allowed to fall(...)