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Food / April 15, 2021

Clontarf’s Ebb & Flow makes way for Surge coffee

Food / April 15, 2021

Clontarf’s Ebb & Flow makes way for Surge coffee

By Emily Mullen

Ebbs & Flows lead to Surges

The people behind Clontarf’s beloved Ebb & Flow, are set to launch Surge coffee in a matter of weeks. Set in the same seafront premises on 56 Clontarf road, the team has been beavering away ahead of the launch.

The cafe has gone through a bit of a facelift, forgoing the dark blues of Ebb & Flow to make way for Surge coffee’s signature black. The team have been sharing updates of the renovation on Instagram, which has included new light fixtures, tiles, and shelving.

Surge coffee have been over a year in the making, with Ebb & Flow closing its doors during lockdown one, in March 2020.

The exact date of opening is unknown, but the team has promised it to be happening “soon” “I know we have been taking our time but we want to make things perfect before we Re-Open,” the post reads.

“We have missed you all and very excited to be Re-Opening,” the team wrote on Instagram.

Surge coffee is located on 56 Clontarf Road, Clontarf, follow them on Instagram for more updates.

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