Popular Dalkey bistro for over €575,000

A fully fitted restaurant in a refurbished period building situated in the heart of Dalkey village is on the market through CBRE for over €575,000.

The Dalkey Dispensary bistro, which is situated in the heart of Dalkey village in Co Dublin

The Dalkey Dispensary bistro, which is situated in the heart of Dalkey village in Co Dublin

 

The Dalkey Dispensary bistro, which comes to the market with vacant possession, is fitted out to a high standard and has 269sq m (2,895sq ft) of space spread out over the ground, first and basement floors. It is laid out as a traditional bistro with seating for 90 people.

The kitchen is contained within the dining area, giving customers a clear view of how their food is being prepared, while the ambience is best described as cosy.

In recent years, Dalkey has become an established location for southside diners with a fine selection of upmarket eateries and high-end delis. The pretty village is attracting more diners than drinkers these days as the fashion for eating out gathers momentum and the pub trade continues to decline.

Paul McCoy of CBRE says the property offers restauranteurs and investors an excllent opportunity to acquire a high profile, fully fitted restaurant in one of Dublin’s most affluent suburbs.

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