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Blas by Cafe Noir

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This Limerick based group of French-inspired coffee houses has several outlets. Superb baked goods and patisserie have distinguished the Café Noir brand from the beginning
  • Café
  • Daytime/Coffee
  • Informal

Blas by Cafe Noir

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