Making it Work: Grocer brothers keep to their roots

In their new artisan grocers in Ballymore Eustace, Dominic and Conor Doyle seek to emulate their grandfather’s entrepreneurial spirit, as well as sourcing produce directly from local producers

26th December, 2021
Making it Work: Grocer brothers keep to their roots
Dominic Doyle in his shop, Doyle’s Grocers, in Ballymore Eustace: ‘We much prefer to deal directly with suppliers. That way we can assess the quality of what we’re selling’

Dominic Doyle never met his grandfather, the man who after whom he is named and who was one of the co-founders of the company now known as Newbridge Silverware.

But the 23-year-old Kildare native is acutely aware of his family’s history in business. He grew up hearing stories about Dominic senior, who opened Ireland’s first delicatessen in the 1960s and who also ran the well-known DB Doyle’s butcher shop.


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