Mercantile

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A legal action over an alleged agreement by the owners of the Opium Bar and Restaurant on Dublin’s Wexford Street to buy a next-door property has been(...)

The Vintage Cocktail Club, owned by Paddy McKillen Jr’s Press Up Entertainment group

There is a gold rush under way in the sizzling Dublin pubs market, which is swinging like a prohibition-era speakeasy. Sales in bars rose 5.5 per cen(...)

Cafe en Seine pub on Dawson Street in Dublin, part of the Mercantile group. A €3m revamp of the “super-pub” is planned for next year, subject to planning permission. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Investment group Danu Partners is in talks to sell its minority stake in the Mercantile pub group to its Irish-US co-investors, according to sources. (...)

Up to €3 million will be spent on a major upgrade of Cafe en Seine on Dawson Street in Dublin. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Mercantile hospitality group behind top Dublin nightspots such as Cafe en Seine and the George is lining up a €20 million investment programme, af(...)

Cafe en-Seine: It’s a fair bet that this will go to Danu Partners and its US backers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Could this be known as Barexit? A little over a year after they merged their respective pub groups, the peace deal between Mercantile publican Frank (...)

The bitter falling out between Frank  Gleeson on one side, and a consortium that includes Irish-American investors and Danu Partners, backed by the founders of Setanta Sports, on the other, spawned three separate legal actions

and Peace has broken out between Dublin publican Frank Gleeson and his fellow shareholders in the Mercantile pub group, following several days of medi(...)

Publican Frank Gleeson has secured temporary High Court injunctions preventing his dismissal as CEO of the Mercantile Group.

Publican Frank Gleeson has secured temporary High Court injunctions preventing his dismissal as chief executive of the Mercantile Group. Mr Justice (...)

Well-known Dublin publican Frank Gleeson has claimed his fellow shareholders in the Mercantile Group summarily sacked his son Rory as part of a “scorched earth” policy that is part of a campaign against him. File photograph: Google Street View

The payment of an annual salary of €25,000 to a woman who appeared not to have any responsibilities is among the claims cited in a bitter court disput(...)

Café en Seine on Dawson Street: one of the Mercantile Entertainment Group’s many well-known establishments in Dublin, along with the Mercantile Bar and Hotel, The George and Whelan’s on Wexford Street. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A claim that the former chief executive of Anglo Irish Bank, David Drumm, was last year proposed for the job of finance director of one of Dublin’s la(...)

The Howl at the  Moon pub on Mount Street in Dublin

The Mercantile hospitality group has sold well-known Dublin city outlet, Howl at the Moon, to its bigger rival Press Up Entertainment, for a price und(...)

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