Demand spikes for pubs in Dublin

Demand spikes for pubs in Dublin
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Bar sales, including coffee shop and juice bars, increased by 5 per cent in the first 11 months of 2016 and 11 per cent since 2012

Demand for pubs in Dublin city centre has grown so strongly that property investors, publicans and restaurateurs are looking at creative ways to meet the upsurge, and this is reflected in the increased blurring of the lines between pubs and restaurants.

Not alone are some pubs upgrading their food offering, but restaurants are also expanding their capacity to cater for drinkers with larger bar areas in central positions where customers can enjoy their aperitifs or...

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