Bewley

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Bewley’s on Grafton Street. The company expects to return to profit this year after posting a loss of €18.6 million in 2017.

Irish coffee group Bewley’s expects to return to profit this year after posting a loss of €18.6 million in 2017, related in large part to a goodwill w(...)

Revenues running at an annual rate of €5 million-€6 million at Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish coffee group Bewley’s expects to return to profit this year after posting a loss of €18.6 million in 2017, related in large part to a goodwill w(...)

Emily Murphy from St Mary’s Secondary School Mallow with her project on the production and combustion of fuel pellets made from waste coffee grounds at this Years BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

It is like getting something from nothing, turning messy wet coffee grounds into usable energy. This is a project brought to the BT Young Scientist a(...)

Tray chic: barista movements are soothingly ritualistic. Photograph: David Sleator

On a visit to Bewley’s factory this week, I didn’t have the heart to tell anyone there that I’m not overly fond of coffee. In fact, I’ve always qui(...)

Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street: rent doubled in 2007 to €1.5 million a year. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

After five years of fighting a losing battle to have its “excessive annual rent” of €1.5 million reduced to a market level, Irish-owned coffee group B(...)

At the Little Museum of Dublin are Conor Pope, right, with Monika Wright and Jean Michel Clermont-Goulet, the French-Canadian couple whom he advised how to spend their limited time in Dublin. Photograph: Simon O’Connor

I feel the weight of the city on my shoulders as I stand on the first floor of a grand old Georgian house in Dublin and wait for the young French-C(...)

A row over rents between coffee group Bewley's and its landlord Ickendel, part of the Treasury Holdings group, has been settled in the High Cou(...)