Friday November 27, 2020

Swan Centre owners pursue Fallon & Byrne for €200,000

The Rathmines food outlet closed suddenly at Christmas leaving its landlord and suppliers out of pocket

8th March, 2020
The large Fallon & Byrne branch in the Swan Centre in Rathmines closed down suddenly on December 31; Fiona McHugh, co-founder of the Fallon & Byrne food market chain Picture: Graham Hughes

The Anderson cinema family has lodged a fresh High Court action in pursuit of outstanding rent following the sudden shuttering of a Fallon & Byrne branch in south Dublin before Christmas.

Sawbridge, a company where Paul Anderson and his son Mark are among the directors, is seeking summary judgment for an amount in excess of €200,000 from two companies linked to Fallon & Byrne, the Dublin gourmet food retail and restaurant business founded by Fiona...

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