Several more new eateries have just opened for business in Dublin, with steak, donuts, pizza and pastries to the fore at the new premises.
FX Buckley has expanded its presence on the south-side of the capital, moving into an outlet on the Crescent in Monkstown. According to dublinlive.ie, the popular steakhouse's latest branch offers an early bird menu until 7pm Monday to Thursday and 6.30pm on Friday and Saturday. Additionally, the restaurant offers a selection of roast dinners every Sunday from 1pm, and also features a variety of wines and craft beers.
Meanwhile, the influx of Dublin donut shops continues with the introduction of extensive new donut counters run by Boomerang Doughnuts in Londis stores on both Grafton Street and Westmorelan Street.
Nearby, on Wellington Quay, a New York-style food hall dubbed Dollard & Co is now operating in the former Dollard Printworks and is dishing up the likes of wood-fried pizza, pasta, beef cut to order and an assortment of cheese and charcuterie, as reported by The Irish Times.
Across the Liffey, UK coffee shop chain Patisserie Valerie has opened up its second Irish branch in the Ilac Centre on Henry Street. Lovindublin.com reports that the café features a wide range of baked cakes and patisserie, with cupcakes, chocolate eclairs, strawberry tarts, macaroons and custard slices being among the many pastries on offer.