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PICS: This Deadly Cafe Has Popped Up In Dalkey For The Summer

By fiodhna_hm

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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A while ago we wrote about Cracked, an egg-based pop up that was in Bread and Bones on Millenium Walkway. And now they have taken up residence  in The Tramyard, Dalkey for the summer months.

Cracked has its own area on the decking at the back of the Tramyard with seating for about 50 people, to chill out and soak up the sun, every weekend and bank holidays from 10am-5pm.

As well as all the usual Cracked favourites, they've also added some deadly new items to the menu. They now serve gourmet omelettes wrapped in wholemeal sourdough or a brioche bun, with a choice of two homemade salads like homemade slaw, cous cous with roasted red peppers, sultanas and mint, and loads more.

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Cracked's new location is right beside Tramyard Cycles where you can buy, rent, or service a bike, with a rack for Cracked customers. They also have some deadly deals where you can rent, buy or service a bike, and get a free coffee or fresh juice when you buy an omelette.

Alternatively you can opt to buy an omelette and get 20% off your bike rental/purchase/service. 

Sure even Rob and Dave Kearney are getting in on the Cracked action... 

Now if that wasn't a good enough excuse to visit Cracked this weekend, we don't know what is...

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