Bobby Kerr exiting Bang to focus on Insomnia

Kerr, along with brother and sister team Joe and Anne Barrett, acquired Bang in early 2010

2nd July, 2017
Bobby Kerr: ‘I have never been front and central to Bang’ Picture: Marc O’Sullivan

Businessman Bobby Kerr plans to sell his stake in the Dublin restaurant Bang to focus on the British expansion of his Insomnia coffee chain.

Kerr, along with brother and sister team Joe and Anne Barrett, acquired Bang in early 2010. The restaurant was set up by Simon and Christian Stokes but closed as their company collapsed owing creditors €2.4 million.

Speaking to The Sunday Business Post, Kerr said he would end his involvement with the restaurant...

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