Cafe bar gets green light on Harcourt St

Concert promoter John Reynolds has been given the go-ahead to turn a store room on the ground floor of the old Harcourt Street railway station in Dublin into a cafe bar.

7th October, 2006

However, Dublin City Council has told Reynolds that no music or other amplified sound can be played from the cafe bar onto the plaza and public street.

He has also been told to omit plans for a first floor balcony in the cafe bar. Reynolds is planning to open a new club called Tripod in the same building. The venue, which will hold up to 1,700 people, is due to open shortly.

The promoter is also...

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