At Café Joly, Bronwyn Bailey and Michael O'Malley combine over 20 years’ experience in the restaurant business, and a love of good food and service, to delicious effect.
With an emphasis on local, seasonal, and artisan produce, Café Joly offers Irish cheese and charcuterie boards, smoked fish plates and patés, homemade soups and sandwiches, along with hot dish specials. The ‘Cup and Crust’ (half soup, half sandwich) is a lunchtime favourite, while great coffee and teas, and home-baked cakes, scones and tarts are available all day.
Bronwyn and Michael are also developing Café Joly as a destination for events and cultural evenings. Creative writing classes under the tutorship of Yvonne Cullen are available throughout January and February 2012 (for more details contact Yvonne at email@example.com or pop in to Café Joly), while Sheridans Cheesemongers will be holding a cheese course to run every Wednesday evening for four weeks in February. Details are available from Sheridans Cheese, 11 South Anne Street Dublin 2 (Tel + 353 1 679 3143)
Café Joly will also host a series of Second Friday nights from February 2012. On the second Friday of each month, an evening of informal talks, new writers showcasing excerpts of their work, music and poetry readings will be on offer. There will be no cover charge and everyone is welcome to this cosy, fun and informal evening, complemented with good food and a glass or two of wine.
Café Joly offers a 10% discount to NLI Readers.
T +353 1 603 0257
Monday - Wednesday 9.00am to 6.30pm
Thursday - Friday 9.00am to 4.30pm
Saturday 9.30am to 4.00pm