Blind faith cafe on the fringes of Dublin’s main square, The Church of St John the Divine, has been closed for the last two weeks.
The cafe, which opened in March 2015, is a refuge for those who have lost their sight.
The restaurant is currently closed and there is no longer a full-time staff.
The cafe is open for dinner and lunch from 10am-5pm every day, but there are no further details available.
On Saturday morning, a small group of people gathered at The Church to celebrate a friend’s birthday.
After a bit of dancing, the guests were invited to enjoy a pint of Guinness.
A group of about 15 people were able to partake in the Guinness, which was then consumed by one of the people who has lost their vision.
On Sunday morning, about 15 more people were invited back to The Church.
They then gathered around to drink Guinness.
It’s not the first time The Church has closed down.
In December, the cafe’s owners announced that they would be closing the cafe down on Friday.
The owners say they do not want to close The Church because of the high cost of operating.