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Brown Thomas managing director Donald McDonald opens the doors at the Grafton Street store on its reopening after the Covid shutdown. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Brown Thomas and Arnotts are not just loved by consumers, they are also adored by their employees, many of whom have been with the retailers for years(...)

Crowds make their way along Grafton Street in busier times but In the absence to date of a vaccine or effective treatment for Covid-19, the recovery for  the street and other city centre retailers has been sluggish. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Although much is made each year of Grafton Street’s appearance in the annual ranking of the world’s most expensive main streets by commercial real est(...)

Bewley’s on Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The ongoing row between Bewley’s and developer Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) over alleged rent arrears on its historic Grafton Street (...)

RGRE was made aware of the tenant’s intention to permanently close the cafe, and make all staff redundant, through statements in The Irish Times newspaper, counsel said. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The landlord of Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street in Dublin has brought a legal action seeking alleged rent arrears of €747,000 and possession of the la(...)

Bewley’s  first opened on Grafton Street in 1927. Since then, the cafe has served tens of millions of Dubliners and visitors to the city. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Developer Johnny Ronan’s Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) has said it remains hopeful that Bewley’s will reopen its historic Grafton Street cafe next Mo(...)

Rent last year amounted to about one-third of the Bewley’s cafe’s turnover on Grafton Street, now set to close. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

While the news of the looming closure of Bewley’s historic Grafton Street cafe has been met with understandable regret from the public, it has also se(...)

Bewley’s: the Grafton Street coffee shop, with Harry Clarke’s windows, in 2004. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The closure of Bewley’s Oriental Cafe, on Grafton Street in Dublin, makes me achingly sad. It has closed before for long periods, and reopened with di(...)

John Bruton, seen here with taoiseach  Garret FitzGerald, warned of “serious emerging excesses”. Photograph: Pat Langan

Garret FitzGerald’s unilateral intervention as taoiseach in 1986 to save the Bewley’s chain of cafes in Dublin led to a major row with his minister fo(...)

Bewley’s recently reopened the company’s Grafton Street cafe with capacity to seat 250 people. This will increase to 500 when upper floors are opened next March. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irish coffee group Bewley’s expects to return to the black in 2018 once the last of the costs associated with the €12 million refurbishment of its Gra(...)

Bewley’s is planning a major refurbishment of its Grafton Street cafe, which will  re-open on a phased basis in 2017. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Irish coffee and tea group Bewley’s posted a 45 per cent increase in its revenues last year to €155 million but was dragged into the red by exceptiona(...)

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