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Dublin is ripe for the arrival of food hall culture

As developers and owners seek new ways to create destinations and a sense of place, the food hall is fast becoming the option of choice

29th April, 2018
The Time Out food hall in Lisbon

There is much debate in the retail market at the moment about what the future holds and there is no doubt it will continue to evolve and change at a rapid pace. One trend gathering momentum at a phenomenal rate is that of the food hall.

While there are a number of key trends driving the food and beverage market (F&B) the most exciting is the rise of the European food markets/halls. Cushman & Wakefield...

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