Dylan McGrath restaurants saved after rescue plan agreed

The businesses behind Dublin restaurants Rustic Stone and Brasserie Sixty6, co-owned by the well-known chef, will have their debts written down as part of the deal

McGrath first became well-known while working as the head chef at Mint restaurant in Ranelagh where he received a Michelin star in 2008. Picture: Fergal Ward

More than 50 jobs at businesses run by celebrity chef Dylan McGrath have been saved after a rescue plan for two of his Dublin restaurants was approved.

Prime Steak, the company behind Rustic Stone, and Home RBVR, which runs Brasserie Sixty6, will continue trading after a rescue package for the two businesses was unanimously approved earlier today.

Under the terms of the restructuring agreement, McGrath, who co-owns the two businesses with Vincent Melinn, his business ...