Hogans owner plots further Fade Street takeover
Publican Declan O’Regan has applied for permission to redevelop a vacant corner unit as a 30-seater restaurant and bar
The owner of well-known Dublin pub Hogans is plotting a further takeover of Fade Street in the city centre, with plans for a new restaurant and bar.
Publican Declan O’Regan operates a string of businesses on Fade Street – one of the capital’s most active nightlife hubs – including Hogans, Kelly’s Hotel, French restaurant L’Gueuleton and No Name Bar.
New plans seen by the Business Post have...
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