The case was before Judge Bryan Smyth for the accused to enter a plea. Her solicitor, Matthew De Courcy, said Ms Cawley was seeking a date for hearing.
The court previously heard gardaí were called to a row that started on the street.
Ms Cawley, a co-accused man and the alleged victim were involved. The alleged injured party was not known to Ms Cawley at the time.
According to gardaí, a fight broke out between the parties and Ms Cawley assaulted the alleged victim with her fists.
CCTV showed people fighting in the doorway of the restaurant before going inside, where a man was seen throwing a chair. Another man was seen running and swinging a frying pan and a woman was seen throwing punches.
The court heard that during the fight the alleged victim suffered an injury to one of his index fingers, which was broken. A medical report was submitted to the court.