The first bagel in the world made in Dublin was an ode to the city’s coffee culture.
“It’s been a bit of a tradition,” said Irish bagel giant Caffe Caffe, who opened the first Dublin coffee shop in 1879.
“We’ve had so many people come in over the years and they’ve been so grateful.”
The new shop has now opened in a space on the other side of the street from the city hall, and the first customers are all from Ireland.
The new Irish coffee shop is a collaboration between Dublin’s new coffee bar Caffe Coffee, which opened in the capital in November, and Bagel Café in the heart of Dublin’s fashionable East End.
“What’s really special about Dublin is the diversity of people, and it’s something we all can be proud of,” said Bagel Cafe co-owner and owner of the cafe, Michelle Hickey.
“It brings us a little bit closer to the people,” said Caffe owner and owner, Brian O’Connor. “
That’s a really nice way to end an event, because it’s just about the experience.”
“It brings us a little bit closer to the people,” said Caffe owner and owner, Brian O’Connor.
“I know it’s not easy to do something that small, but it’s really rewarding.”