Dubliners Lament Loss of Legendary Cafes

The Bewley's Cafes in Dublin, where James Joyce stopped for coffee and the playwright Brendan Behan sipped tea while waiting for the pubs to open, have closed, apparently for good. Locals are mourning the loss of an institution. Hear reporter Nessa Tierney.



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