Eddie Rockets

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A fully-let mixed-use investment at 50 Upper Baggot Street in Dublin 4 is new to the market this week, guiding €1.9 million through Cushman & Wake(...)

‘Instant Hotel’: Mother and daughter duo Babe and Bondi, who run a margarita-themed Airbnb, treat everything with deadpan disdain

There is nothing like the hypnotic magic of Channel 4’s Sunday staple Four in a Bed. Its winning formula of sniping B&B owners being monstrously p(...)

Dublin City Council has long wanted to redevelop the properties that form the heart of Phibsborough village

A deal to clear the way for the redevelopment of Phibsborough shopping centre, and neighbouring Dalymount Park stadium has been struck between Dublin (...)

Sorcha calls us for dinner – or what she calls dinner? When I arrive downstairs to the kitchen, the island is covered with what look like the ing(...)

'It’s a long time since there’s been such a buzz about me. And being essentially a confidence player, I feel myself quickly growing into the role that I’m being asked to play here today.'

Sorcha asks me what I’m doing in a way that suggests she wants me to do something else. I tell her I’m watching the rugby. “Bath?” she goes, looking (...)

Eddie Rockets opened its first 1950s-style diner experience in Dublin in 1989 and most of the group’s restaurants are franchised

Two companies associated with fast-food franchise Eddie Rocket’s delivered profits of €1.98 million after sales increased by more than 12 per cent. (...)

Euro Giant’s 20-year lease runs from 2012 and it pays rent of €95,000 per year.

Two high-profile retail units at the Parnell Centre on Parnell Street in Dublin 1 are quoting €2 million through agent QRE Real Estate Advisors. The (...)

Deliveroo chief executive Will Shu at one of the company’s editions sites.

Deliveroo intends to launch its “editions” service in Ireland at the beginning of next year. Under the service, Deliveroo sets up a number of kitchen (...)

The tower at Phibsborough shopping centre will be clad with ‘expanded metal mesh and existing roof-top antennae will be screened with the same material. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

The €50 million redevelopment of the 1960s Phibsborough shopping centre, frequently cited as one of the ugliest buildings in Dublin, has been granted (...)

Curraghmore House in Co Waterford

“I’m not interested in going to any imitator festivals at all,” says Debs Armstrong, the art decor director of Ireland’s newest festival All Together (...)

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