New accounts filed by Swigmore Inns Ltd. have revealed that profits at Dublin pub Doheny & Nesbitt declined 51.5% to €291,223 last year.
As reported by The Irish Independent, accumulated profits at the pub rose to €3.5 million during the 12 months to the end of January 2018 while the number of people employed by the pub rose from 31 to 34, with staff costs increased from €895,750 to €986,978.
Politicians And Musicians
Located on the capital's Baggot Street, Doheny & Nesbitt is known to be a favourite venue of politicians working in Leinster House and has also been visited by Bruce Springsteen and Rihanna.
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