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Food / October 19, 2021

FIA cafe have finished up in Rathmines

Food / October 19, 2021

FIA cafe have finished up in Rathmines

“Watch this space”

After almost five years FIA cafe have moved on from Rathmines’s Rathgar Road. On October 9, the cafe closed its doors.

Sharing the news with a “heavy heart and mixed emotions” on Instagram. The team wrote that they would be moving FIA “to a new and bigger location”.

“As much as we love our little shop we feel we need to grow into something new and a little bigger to stay on top.”

“We’d like to take this opportunity to say a huge thanks to you all for your support, friendship and community since we began here in 2016.”

“It’s been a wonderful and exciting time through new beginnings, new crews, new coffees, weekly specials and not to mention a global pandemic, no matter what, the support has been huge.”

The team added that the announcement of the new location will be revealed soon, adding that fans of the cafe should “keep your eyes peeled”.

Describing themselves as a “casual neighbourhood cafe” the team at FIA offer up seasonally inspired food and coffee to customers.

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