The Chez Max cafe at the Alliance Française will reopen next month

The cafe at the French Language Center in Dublin has been largely closed since March 2020 due to… well, you know.

Yesterday on Instagram, Alliance Française Dublin confirmed Chez Max, the cafe and restaurant at its Kildare Street headquarters, will reopen on March 1.

The traditional cafe which serves home-cooked French food with a Parisian twist is a hidden gem in Dublin 2 and we are delighted to hear that they will soon be back in business.

The cafe is a sister to Chez Max’s flagship bistro near Dublin Castle, which also expressed excitement following the reopening announcement.

The reopening will bring daily specials, hot and cold meals, lunches, pastries, quick bites, delicatessen as well as a large selection of wines and coffees.

The Alliance française de Dublin aims to promote French culture in Ireland, as well as to provide a space for intercultural exchange between Ireland and the French-speaking world. In addition to their soon-to-reopen Chez Max cafe, they host an extensive French media library with books, graphic novels, newspapers, magazines, CDs, DVDs, audiobooks, learning materials, and more. education and a language center for all ages and levels. .

The cafe will be open to the public from next Tuesday, March 1. Dare we say ideal for anyone who wants to celebrate Pancake Tuesday with a tasty traditional crepe?

Header image via Instagram/af_dublin

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