Last week The Guardian's travel section described our beloved Stoneybatter as "something of a little Williamsburg by the Liffey", much to the disgust of anyone who actually lives in the area.
Now, don't get us wrong, pop-ups bring colour and excitement to our city, but do we really need a café where a bowl of cereal is going to set us back the guts of a fiver?!
From a quick glance at social over the past 24 hours it seems that lots of people are of this opinion...
A cafe dedicated to selling solely cereal to open in Dublin... pic.twitter.com/9krFsCnwKV
— Craig G Mo ???????????????????? (@craig_g_mo) February 4, 2016
— Alison Begas (@kamfinsa) February 3, 2016
Dublin is getting both a Cereal Cafe and a Cat Cafe. Further proof that this economic recovery is the same as Thatchers one in the 80s.
— Rubber Bandits (@Rubberbandits) February 4, 2016
The Cereal Killer Café is coming to Stoneybatter? Don't think it'll fly in Dublin. Or at least, I hope not.
— James Kelleher (@etienneshrdlu) February 3, 2016
Some people are calling hypocrisy on the whole thing
It's crazy that people are making an issue about the cereal cafe coming to Dublin but a creme egg cafe is totally ok?! Come on!
— Maria M (@Maria_TeaRex) February 3, 2016
However, we'd be sorted for a name if it actually does go ahead...
I want to open a cereal cafe in Dublin called the Bertie Bowl
— M?????rty McTweets (@martymctweets) March 11, 2015
So whatcha reckon?
Would you be in favour of a Cereal Killer café in Dublin, or would you be part of the anti-gentrification brigade protesting against it?