Revenue ‘extremely concerned’ over issues raised in objection to Dylan McGrath restaurant rescue
A company connected to the Mercantile Group has objected to the Scarp restructuring of Brasserie Sixty6
Revenue is “extremely concerned” by matters raised in an objection to the rescue plan for Dylan McGrath’s Brasserie Sixty6 restaurant, a court has heard.
EMI MR Investments Ltd, a company connected to the Mercantile Group and which is controlled by businessmen Michael Breslin and Maurice Regan, has objected to the rescue plan for the Dublin 2 restaurant co-owned by McGrath.
Under a restructuring agreement approved by creditors in September, two of McGrath’s restaurants, including Brasserie ...