Accumulated profits at Jamie Heaslip's Sabra Management more than doubled to €135,235 last year.
The firm, which was set up in 2010, lodged figures with the Companies Registration Office stating that accumulated profits increased from €69,186 to €135,235 in the 12 months to the end of last June, reports the Irish Examiner.
Heaslip also has shares in LD Lovin Dublin Ltd and the Jo'Burger firm, who's portfolio includes fried chicken restaurant Crackbird, Skinflint pizzeria and Bear steakhouse.
The Leinster rugby player, along with Sean O'Brien, Rob and Dave Kearney, have a minority share in The Bridge 1859 bar, which is situated a short walk from the Aviva stadium.
The most recent accounts show that the The Bridge 1859 recorded profits of €259,865 in the 12 months to the end of February 2016.
It's reported that separate accounts lodged by Mr Heaslip’s LD Lovin Dublin Ltd show that its accumulated losses increased from €289,101 to €401,202 in 2015, with staff costs totalling €382,175 for the year.