Delayed ‘Bumble Brew’ Buzzes into Former Spring Natural on Kenmare Street

Posted on: July 8th, 2021 at 5:02 am by

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The popular Spring Natural restaurant shuttered im January 2020 after 47 years in business. What follows in its footsteps at the Kenmare Street space is instead a corporate branding power-play.

Bumble, the dating app, is again entering the physical space with a new cafe. Bumble Brew, which might sound familiar, as it’s been on the boards for years.

Bumble Brew was first announced in the summer of 2019 for a debut later that fall in the Miss Paradis store in Little Italy. However, permitting issues coupled with the pandemic stymied those plans.

So, corporate instead chose the sprawling Kenmare Street space previously occupied by Spring Natural until its demise back in January.m 2020. It’s situated beside Pasquale Jones, partner in the app-cum-cafe endeavor.

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