A number of new eateries have set up shop around Dublin, with two established brands expanding their operations in the city and a new spot opening up by the sea on the border between Dublin and Wicklow.
As reported by lovindublin.com, Mexican food chain Zambrero, which currently operates two outlets in the capital on Hatch Street and Pearse Street, as well as one in Cork, celebrated the opening of a new branch at Beacon South Quarter in Sandyford by gifting free burritos to its first hundred customers on Thursday October 19, with a 2 for 1 offer running for the remainder of the day thereafter. Zambrero also has plans to open an outlet on Parnell Street in November.
Elsewhere in the city, Ruby's Pizza & Grill of Swords opened a second restaurant in the Point Square adjacent to the 3Arena on Tuesday October 17 and treated customers on the day to €2 9.5 inch pizzas or a small portion of chicken wings for €1 when they purchased a drink.
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Meanwhile, a new rooftop restaurant called Cowfish has opened for business in Bray and features views of the promenade by the beach. The exterior seating area is illuminated by a fire pit and heated by halogen heaters, while the menu encompasses a multitude of Mediterranean dishes, including homemade Burrata and fennel bread, prawns, gnocchi, rib eye steak, crab croquettes, hake fillets and chocolate mousse desserts.