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Food / September 15, 2022

Love Supreme has closed down

Food / September 15, 2022

Love Supreme has closed down

After eight years, the much-adored Dublin 7 coffee shop announced on Instagram that it has shut its doors, to the dismay of many locals.

In their post, they proclaimed their love for Stoneybatter and promised that there would be a new venture coming soon.

A new coffee-oriented business is set to try to fill Love Supreme’s exceptionally large shores by the name of Joli. The spot itself is ideally located at the far end of Manor Street.

Love Supreme was a boutique cafe wine bar that hosted some seriously delicious juice. Be it made from beans or grapes, whoever designed the menu had a serious taste level. We are sad to see them go but look forward to seeing what they do next.

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