Aramark

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Avoca managing director Tara O’Neill  in  the company’s new Ballsbridge foodie venture. Photograph:  Alan Betson

On a huge reclaimed frieze behind the bar at Avoca’s newest Dublin foodstore, there’s a carving of the Latin adage: Tempus fugit. Times flies. It cert(...)

The Marker Residence apartment complex at Grand Canal Square in Dublin.

Residents in a Dublin apartment complex are considering a “rent strike” after a burst pipe caused water to leak from ceiling fixtures this morning. T(...)

Dublin’s Marker Hotel was evacuated on Saturday night after a fire in a lift shaft. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Tenants paying up to €3,500 a month in an exclusive Dublin apartment block ignored fire alarms during a genuine emergency on Saturday night as they mi(...)

The DPC found the Reception and Integration Agency and Aramark infringed a resident’s data protection rights.

The rights of a resident in one of the State’s direct provision centres were breached by the Reception and Integration Agency and the contractor runni(...)

Maeve Noble, Meg McLoughlin and Sue Hedderman at the Chapter Two pop-up fine dining restaurant at The Fern Dean  nursing home in Blackrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Donall Farmer/The Irish Times

The Champagne is chilling, the sourdough bread has been baked, the tables set with silverware, crystal and flowers, and the menus and wine lists are a(...)

Brian Lee, cofounder and chief executive of Freshly Chopped, which is planning to create 150 jobs in 10 new stores before Christmas.

Food chain Freshly Chopped is set to create 150 jobs as it plans 10 new store openings before Christmas. The jobs will be in Ireland, Britain and Cy(...)

A takeover of Donnybrook Fair by Dunnes would have been seen within the industry as a natural progression for Ireland’s largest indigenous retailer

Talks between Dunnes Stores and the high-end supermarket chain Donnybrook Fair over a possible takeover deal have ended without agreement, according t(...)

The closure is proposed to become effective from next Tuesday when the current restaurant operator Aramark ceases its operation in the complex.

The Minister for Justice is to raise the planned permanent closure of the only public restaurant in the Four Courts with the chief executive of the Co(...)

The vibrancy of Dublin nightlife and its high-concept restaurants and bars is forcing up costs for punters and developers.

THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS: A MENU OF COSTS They call it “meanwhile use” in property developer shorthand. It’s the market or cafe that slots itself temp(...)

A Donnybrook Fair store. A potential deal for the chain would represent the most ambitious strategic move yet by Dunnes to build its presence into the upscale food retailing sector. Photograph: Frank Miller

Dunnes Stores is in advanced discussions with the owners of the Donnybrook Fair chain of upmarket supermarkets about a potential acquisition. The tal(...)

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