The owners behind Mexican food chain Boojum have announced they will soon be opening a new restaurant in Dublin’s Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.
The new premises in Liffey Valley will seat 50 people in the restaurant and a further 16 outside.
This will be Boojum’s 15th store across the island of Ireland and will create 30 new jobs, including both part-time and full-time positions.
Boojum was founded in 2007, the franchise originally started in Belfast has grown to employ over 400 staff across 14 stores in Belfast, Dublin, Cork, Limerick, and Galway.
The Mexican food chain joined the Azzurri Group in June of this year, and has plans to expand further in Ireland and into Britain.
'A Perfect Fit'
“We put a lot of thought into this site, and we felt like Liffey Valley Shopping Centre was a perfect fit," said David Maxwell, managing director.
"The centre itself is one of Ireland’s most expansive shopping and leisure destinations and attracts around 10 million visitors each year so it has always been on our radar to bring Boojum to this side of the city."
"Some people may be put off by crowded Luas or bus trips to Dublin city centre to get their Boojum fix so this 8th outlet provides them with another great option to grab their order in an impressive new setting.”