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Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

10th July, 2016
Dublins donut kiosk rolls out a new shop

Dublin’s donut kiosk rolls out a new shop

On shopping trips to Dublin during my teenage years, my lunch was always the same: five donuts for a pound from the Rolling Donut kiosk on O’Connell Street (never let it be said I didn’t have a balanced diet). The kiosk was opened in 1978 by Michael Quinlan, who’s now been joined in the business by his daughters, Lisa and Aimee Quinlan....

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