This is a rather unusual Cafe and I really like it. The style could be described as Art Deco meets Seaside Tearoom and I like that. During my visit I found the staff to be very helpful and friendly which I also like but the big surprise is that it is also a theatre and that was to me when I first visited unexpected. Having spoken to a number of friends from the area I have been assured that the entertainment is excellent but at the moment I do not have the time to investigate further so am not really in a position to comment about the quality of that aspect of the offering. This place has a lot going for it so the next time you are in Dun Laoghaire give Teddy’s a miss and go next door … Teddy’s will not notice the slight drop in revenue and you will be contributing to a worthwhile enterprise.
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