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Avoca Reopens Its Outlet On Dublin's Suffolk Street

Published on Nov 11 2021 9:28 AM in Restaurant tagged: Trending Posts / aramark / Avoca

Avoca Reopens Its Outlet On Dublin's Suffolk Street

Avoca has reopened its store, restaurant and food market on Dublin's Suffolk Street for the first time in over 18 months following a closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As reported by The Irish Times, the New-York-listed-catering-giant-Aramark-owned food and lifestyle luxuries retailer said that it has revamped its Suffolk Street outlet in recent months and introduced safety measures to help manage the numbers occupying the building at any one time.

Avoca Director Of Marketing, Creative And Buying Statement

Avoca director of marketing, creative and buying Maoliosa Connell reportedly said, "The last 18 months across the retail sector has been very challenging for many, but the support from our customers throughout this duration has been incredible and we are so excited to welcome our staff and customers back."

Avoca Information

Avoca was first established as a handweaving company in Avoca, Co. Wicklow, in 1723 and reportedly currently comprises 13 stores. It was reportedly sold to Aramark by the Pratt family in 2015.

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