Noyfield Ltd, the company that operates Lillie's Bordello and the Porterhouse Central Bar in Dublin, has recorded profits of €2.8 million for the 12 months ending on February 28, 2017, with accumulated profits rising to €4.43 million from €1.63 million a year earlier.
As reported by The Irish Times, newly filed accounts for the company reveal that its cash pile more than doubled during the period from €2.4 million to €5.1 million, while staff costs for the 48 people employed by Noyfield in the twelve months came to €1.69 million.
Meanwhile, Noyfield sister firm, Iskanic Limited, which runs the Porterhouse on Dublin's Parliament Street, recorded €2.66 million in profits last year, with accumulated profits coming to €4 million.
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Noyfield and Iskanic Limited are subsidiaries of A Pint of Plain Ltd, which recorded an increase in accumulated profits to €3.27 million from €2.4 million a year earlier.