It opened its doors to the public a number of months ago and is doing well so far, according to 20 year old, Stephen Blake.
Stephen is one of the curators of the art gallery in The Little Green.
It has been open for almost two months now and is owned by Gina and her boyfriend, Karl.
Gina is from Hong Kong originally but has been living in Ireland for ten years. She did fashion design in the Dun Laoghaire Arts School and it was always her dream to one day open her own shop.
You will delve into Irish and Celtic culture and discover what lies behind the well known tales of Irish cultural icons, notably the leprechaun, rainbows and, of course, pots of gold.
All the good cafés are not only in Dublin City Centre, they are all around Dublin. Bram’s Café in Marino is just a 10 minute bus journey from town and it is located in a nice quiet location just off the Malahide Road.
The café is named after Dracula creator Bram Stoker who lived only a one minute walk away at Marino crescent. This fact makes it a busy little restaurant but the food is the main attraction.