Burger restaurant chain Bunsen will open a new restaurant at the Blanchardstown Centre in Dublin 15 later this year.
As reported by The Irish Times, Bunsen's Blanchardstown Centre restaurant, which will be the chain's first venue at a shopping centre, will be located next to the Krispy Kreme outlet at the shopping centre, and will extend to 190 square metres, or 2,045 square feet.
Offbeat Donuts And The Art Of Coffee
Bunsen will join two other food and drink venues that have just opened at the shopping centre.
Offbeat Donuts has opened a new outlet in the Blanchardstown Centre's green mall, and The Art of Coffee has opened a new 65 square metre, or 700 square foot, outlet in the shopping centre's red mall.
"Best In Class And Irish Owned"
The Irish Times quotes Falcon AM leasing director Sharon Walsh as saying, "All three brands are best in class and Irish-owned. We are delighted that when they looked at growing their businesses in these challenging times, Blanchardstown was their destination of choice. These new additions will appeal to a broad demographic and enhance and compliment the already wide food and beverage offering at Ireland's largest shopping and leisure location."
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