Friday April 3, 2020

Businessman Murrin tries to block plan for jazz club underneath his Sole restaurant

The underground venue would be built in a basement underneath Sole restaurant on South William Street

Killian Woods

Business reporter

5th January, 2020
Dawn Farms boss Larry Murrin is trying to block publican Paul Keaveny’s plan to open a jazz club. Picture: Shane O'Neill

Dawn Farms boss Larry Murrin, the owner of Sole restaurant in Dublin 2, is trying to block publican Paul Keaveny’s plan to open a jazz club nearby.

Murrin, who also operates Fire in Dublin’s Mansion House with Padraic O'Kane, has objected to Keaveny’s Drury Street project on the basis that it would cause significant disturbance to his establishment.

It has been proposed that the 113-seater underground jazz club, accessible off...

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