Four New Food and Drink Venues Open In Dublin
A number of new food and drink venues have opened up across the capital and its surrounding suburbs over the last two weeks. The first is a combined bar, event space, conference centre and live ven...
A number of new food and drink venues have opened up across the capital and its surrounding suburbs over the last two weeks.
The first is a combined bar, event space, conference centre and live venue called Tramline.
Located on Dublin's Hawkins Street, Tramline has a maximum capacity of 1,000 people and features two different bar areas as well as a pizza oven eatery with red brick alcoves in which customers can sit and enjoy their food, reports lovindublin.com.
Furthermore, the venue's operators have installed a stage and state-of-the-art sound system that they intend to use to host live performances by up and coming Irish musicians.
Elsewhere, Dublin-based fast food chain Wowburger has opened a new branch in Tallaght, which can found on level one of The Square shopping centre in the outlet previously occupied by the Aussie BBQ, as reported by dublinlive.ie.
According to the same site, a new Asian street food takeaway venue specialising in Nepalese cuisine and called Hub Himalayan has just opened for business at Hanlon's Corner in Cabra, while popular healthy food franchise Chopped is getting ready to open its latest Irish outlet on Camden Street following the opening of its first store in Cork at the end of June.