Several Bidders Express Interest In Flannery's Pub

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Several Bidders Express Interest In Flannery's Pub

A number of parties have expressed interest in buying Flannery's Pub in Dublin, which went into examinership last November.

There are reportedly three prominent for the Camden Street venue, which is one of the city's best known pubs. 

The Irish Times today named architect Paul Clinton, who co-owns Cassidy's, a pub also on Camden street, as one bidder in the scramble for Flannery's. The paper also named the Mangan family, who own Doheny & Nesbitt's, as well as cinemas investor Tom Anderson as interested parties.

The pub could be sold for an estimated €7 million.

Camden Street Investments bought Flannery's in 2008 using a €13 million loan provided by Bank of Scotland.