99 cent coffee and pastries for sale at the new downtown cafe all week

All week long 99 cent coffee and pastries are sold at a new downtown cafe.

Morning Glory Cafe opened yesterday in George’s Dock at the IFSC, taking to social media to reveal that they will be welcoming new customers with 99 cent coffee, tea and pastries all week.

The café has seen an influx of coffee lovers since the news broke, no doubt all in search of a great value cup at a good price.

Morning Glory Cafe has shared snaps and videos on social media that capture the atmosphere at the new cafe and restaurant, which has been decorated with balloons to mark the grand opening.

Queuing outside Morning Glory Cafe

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Morning Glory Cafe can be found at its sister establishment Hot Chix, which has become a favorite with Dublin foodies since it opened in 2020. Hot Chix serves menu items such as spicy chicken wings, fried chicken burgers , loaded fries and goujons.

Morning Glory Cafe’s full menu isn’t out yet, but bosses promise items like breakfast burgers, sambos, waffles, loaded toast, and breakfast favorites.

Niall O’Brien of Morning Glory Cafe told Dublin Live: “We come from a foodie background and we want everything to be perfect, so there may be a slight delay with the hot food menu. We look forward to it.” start it up.” next week.”

Niall also explained the reasons for making the decision to open Morning Glory Cafe after having Hot Chix there.

He said: “The space itself dictated the decision. They’re already sort of two separate units so we wanted to use that as best we could, so having a breakfast/lunch cafe offering was something we’ve thought a lot..

“It works well with Hot Chix hours and the demand is there.”

Then the offer of coffee, tea and pastries at 99 cents is available until Friday. Morning Glory Cafe is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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