Fallon & Byrne

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Through a range of acquisitions and strategic partnerships with upscale Irish food brands, Dunnes has pursued the higher end of the market

It is deep into the afternoon on a weekday and four young women have met up for a late lunch. They are all aged in their early- to mid-30s, well-dress(...)

Tourists at Fallon & Byrne in Dublin. It is believed Musgrave and Dunnes both have designs on the foodhalls. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Competition is hotting up between Dunnes Stores and Musgrave, which recently have been jockeying for position to acquire Irish “foodie” brands. To hav(...)

Then-minister for communications Pat Rabbitte (centre) at the launch of the National Broadband Strategy in 2012. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

It’s a saga that’s been running for almost seven years, but the national broadband plan finally looks like it’s going to proceed. Pat Rabbitte was th(...)

Dublin food group Fallon & Byrne has hired Goodbody stockbrokers to raise about €6 million of fresh capital to fund a major expansion plan

The high-profile Dublin food group Fallon & Byrne, which has annual sales of about €15 million and employs about 350 staff, is seeking out investo(...)

 Fallon & Byrne: has struck a deal with Eir to seek planning permission for a huge extension. Photograph: Eric Luke

The high-profile Dublin foodhall and restaurant group Fallon & Byrne has hired Goodbody stockbrokers to raise about €6 million of fresh capital to(...)

Get your game on: As Game of Thrones fever descends, a Dublin restaurant is serving ice-topped pizza and black ice-cream

Hungry for the final season of Game of Thrones to start? As the April 14th transmission date for the cult TV series approaches, Dublin restaurant Fall(...)

Conor Pope gets to grips with pulling a pineapple apart, fruit segment by segment

The world of fruit has been rocked after videos appeared on the Internet which suggested that people have been eating pineapple the wrong way for hund(...)

Aldi is selling professional-looking crêpe makers.

Seán Hussey’s grandfather started Hussey & Sons Fruit and Veg in 1947 with a five-acre site in Kinsealy, north Dublin. He grew vegetables and brou(...)

The move follows the group’s Stella cinema and diner in Rathmines. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Leisure and hospitality group Press Up is to bring bowling to Dundrum as it expands its Stella concept with a new eight-lane bowling alley at the shop(...)

Grainne Wynne, Beautiful South, Rathmines

Grainne Wynne was a stay-at-home mother of two when her husband’s business folded and she had to return to work. Having previously spent years working(...)

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