Restaurant Group Tuscany Bistro Opens New Takeaway Outlet In Limerick Suburb Of Dooradoyle
Family-run restaurant group Tuscany Bistro has opened a new takeaway outlet called Tuscany To Go in the Limerick suburb of Dooradoyle, which is the group's third location and offers Mediterranean- and...
Family-run restaurant group Tuscany Bistro has opened a new takeaway outlet called Tuscany To Go in the Limerick suburb of Dooradoyle, which is the group's third location and offers Mediterranean- and Italian-influenced dishes.
The opening of the new 1,000 square foot premises in Dooradoyle has resulted in the creation of seven new full-time jobs.
The new outlet is set to operate on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 12pm until 8pm and on Fridays and Saturdays from 12pm until 9pm.
Tuscany To Go owner Sabrina Amodeo stated, "So much of our business is driven by our customers and we’re grateful that our growth has been so organic and determined by customer demand. Many of the dishes for our new outlet will have a more healthful and nutritional value to cater for the more health-conscious consumers including those attending and visiting the hospital next door."
The Tuscany Bistro brand was founded by South African entrepreneur Sabrina Amodeo in 2003 with the help and support of her mother.
They launched the first of their restaurants in Castletroy in Limerick, which was followed by a second site in Ballina on the shores of Lough Derg.
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