Tuesday October 27, 2020

The Sunday Interview: Dominic and Dario Macari of Romayo’s Ireland

By changing their restaurant's name to Romayo’s and bringing back seated dining, the Macaris have both re-invented their business and returned to the model their family pioneered in 1959

Killian Woods

Business reporter

20th September, 2020
Dominic and Dario Macari of Romayo's: 'If you come into our house, you will see us eating this food that we’re serving customers.' Picture: Fergal Phillips

In brief:

Name and role: Dominic Macari, managing director of Romayo’s Ireland

Lives: Castleknock

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