Murray Group enjoying the bar game

After years of battling the banks and vulture funds, the Dublin pub and venue operation is in rude health

26th March, 2017
Noel and Ross Murray of the Murray Group. Pic: Bryan Meade

Hosting MMA star Conor McGregor. Giving a teenage Bono a start. Battling banks and vultures. Parlaying with hedge fund multimillionaires. In four decades in the Dublin pub trade, Noel Murray has been through a lot.

Now the next generation, led by Noel’s son Ross, is tending the expanding family bar business.

The Murray Group is planning its biggest venue yet. Having bought the Camden Deluxe venue for around €8.5 million, the family now...

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