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Food / March 16, 2021

Póg expands its cafe empire into the Northside

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Food / March 16, 2021

Póg expands its cafe empire into the Northside

By Emily Mullen

“We must look for the opportunity in adversity”

The good folks at Póg are expanding their cafe empire, into the seaside town of Malahide. The vegan-friendly business will be taking over In Love Cafe on the town’s Main Street. In Love Cafe will be closing on March 22 due to “personal family reasons”.

This is the fourth Póg cafe, joining the ranks of their Bachelors Walk, Tara Street, and Howth locations. The cafe will open the first week of April, and plans shared on Póg’s Instagram account show a slight redesign to the In Love Cafe front.

Describing the premises as a “little gem” representatives from Póg expressed their surprise at expanding their business in a pandemic but admitted that “we must look for the opportunity in adversity”.

The team from In Love Cafe wished Póg well, “we would like to congratulate POG as they will be opening their doors in Malahide village soon and we would like to wish them the best of luck!”

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