Join the club: Liath’s Damien Grey on his new project
Best known for Liath, the Michelin-starred restaurant in Dublin, Damien Grey is ready to launch his next venture, The Chef Supper Club
When Damien Grey reopened the booking system for Liath after the restaurant’s refurbishment in 2019, around 3,500 people tried to book a table at the same time, causing the website to crash. But while Liath, which is located in Blackrock Market in Co Dublin, is Grey’s primary project, his next might be even bigger than his Michelin-starred restaurant.
Before the pandemic began, Grey had begun to consider how he could host an interactive...
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