Sister in seventh heaven as Lolly and Cook‘s café chain expands

The Dublin-based company has opened a new outlet in the city, bringing its café count to seven

15th December, 2019
Sister in seventh heaven as Lolly and Cook‘s café chain expands
Sisters Lolly Strahan and Churpy Strahan open their newest Lolly and Cooks café at Charlemont Street, Dublin 2. Picture: Kieran Harnett

Lolly and Cooks, the Dublin-based food chain, has opened its seventh café.

Five jobs have been created at the outlet on Charlemont Street in Portobello, taking the company’s total headcount to 70.

Sisters Laragh – also known as Lolly – and Churpy Strahan established Lolly and Cooks in 2008, selling hot and cold lunches, soups and salads, coffee and artisan cupcakes from a stall in George’s Street Arcade on Drury Street.

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