At the independent coffee shop, café and club Berlin D2 on Clarendon Street, Dublin 2.
Liam Zero writes:
Thrown out on their ear. Happy Monday everyone, let’s hope the next tenant is a Costa or Insomnia. We really need more of those kind of places in Dublin.
Previously: First They Take Berlin
The important thing here is…………………….we’re back baby!
Ironically you do often see stuff left out on the street like this in Berlin.
That is not ironic.
Is that you Alannis?
its hardly the end of the world. Coffee shop closes down.
This is like something the journal.ie would cover…
The no left turn sign looks poker straight in the first picture and positively wonky in the second.
will nobody think of the po-faced hipsters and their soulless coffee outlet??
Dublin need less coffee shops.
Ah feck. That’s a shame. I really like that place.
They served me wine from a carton .I am all for the independent Cafe, but PLEASE do not dress up a Slushpuppy ,market it as “artisan” and charge me an exorbitant price for what is essentially an exercise in PR.
Well you’re the one who bought something called ‘artisan’.
Lord Bless you and save you
I have no idea regarding the actual circumstances of how this place came to close and as a result I wont comment
Classic Broadsheet comments:
1. Post about cyclist being put in danger by dangerous driving:
”shouldn’t be on the road” ”cyclists should also pay road tax” ”he agitated the driver”
2. Luas Workers:
”They don’t deserve the pay rise” ”Look at the Guards. They’re ledgends.” ”Lazy b@@@ds”
3. In depth analysis of the state of affairs of the Irish Health System / Irish water spending / Dennny O’Brien:
No comments generally.
4. Independent / Local coffee shops closing down to be replaced by bland chain stores:
”sure could be worse.” ”I hate hipsters.” ”who cares?”
Do another one! LJG and Mercille comments next!
Ah Pluto, you’re talking out of Uranus!
i still haven’t gotten over the trauma of Sullivan’s being replaced by a Caffe Nero.
I always thought Insomnia was a poor choice of name for a coffee chain.
“Come in to enjoy our product and develop a condition that can seriously effect your mental and physical well being.”
Also, Cafe Nero always reminds me of this.
they knew the date to move out for weeks or months, but couldn’t organise a removal van or company? I wonder why they went bust
The previous article FIRST WE TAKE BERLIN tells you all you need about these charlatans. Good riddance.
They were selling alcohol without a license. They deserve to be closed down. I’m glad to see this.