American Coffee Roastery Expands To Dublin; Italian Restaurant Chain Opens New Location
Fonté Coffee Roaster, which was founded in 1992 by Paul Odom in Seattle, Washington, has opened a café on Parliament Street, Dublin. It's not the only coffee opening as FivePointsCoffee, in partner...
Fonté Coffee Roaster, which was founded in 1992 by Paul Odom in Seattle, Washington, has opened a café on Parliament Street, Dublin.
It's not the only coffee opening as FivePointsCoffee, in partnership with 3fe, is to open a new café on Harold's Cross Road, which was previously home to The Brick House, reports lovindublin.com.
Number Twenty Two, a venue that combines a bar, restaurant and theatre club opened recently on South Anne Street. Its 'Library Bar' serves lunch daily and offers live entertainment on weekends, while the restaurants dinner menu includes dishes such as daube of beef with garlic mash and broccoli, as well as pork belly with Clonakilty black pudding with charred carrots and squash purée.
South William Street's Dada Moroccan Restaurant is to open a second location, Moro Kitchen, on Camden Street, taking over from Fontana Café. The restaurant will be serving Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean dishes, including mezze, labneh, merguez sausages, tagine and couscous.
Italian restaurant Dunne & Crescenzi is to open a new location in Blackrock Centre on 6 February. The 350 square metre location will be the chains first new opening in a number of years, bringing its total number of restaurants in Dublin and Kildare to six reports the Irish Independent.
Colin Kavanagh of Savills said: "This deal is the culmination of significant and active property management by Blackrock Centre's owners, which included negotiating this agreement with Dunne & Crescenzi to facilitate this and other forthcoming deals. This letting not only improves the consumer offer and tenant mix but is expected to add significantly to the overall rent and hence capital value of the scheme."