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Donnybrook Fair for Dundrum

 Donnybrook Fair is to expand into  Dundrum Town Centre, with the opening of a food hall, restaurant and bar.donnybrookfair
It will be the sixth store for the Musgrave-owned brand, which currently runs four stores in Dublin – in Donnybrook, Stillorgan, Malahide and Baggot Street – and one in Greystones, Co Wicklow.
Due to launch in the coming months, Donnybrook Fair’s new outlet will be located in the recently renovated unit in Pembroke Square that was to have been occupied by Fallon & Byrne.
The 900 square metre space on Pembroke Square will feature a food market on the ground floor, with a restaurant and bar space on Level 1, and will host several pop-up culinary experiences.
 Des O’Mahony, managing director of Donnybrook Fair, said the new “landmark” location will deliver “an entirely new level of food experience, both in terms of retail and dining”.

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