Fallon And Byrne Plans Massive Dundrum Food Hall

Remigio Civitarese
Febbraio 17, 2018

The thriving Dundrum Town Centre is to get a further boost with the decision by Dublin's fine food emporium, Fallon & Byrne, to open a new flagship food hall, delicatessen and restaurant in the original town centre.

The project intends to transform a now underutilised residential part of the centre, and plans include an additional 3,500 sq ft restaurant space and a new 8,000 sq ft basement level leisure space located directly under the square.

Customers will be able to choose from a wide range of the best Irish and global artisan products and brands. "By using sympathetic architecture that draws on the heritage of the houses and enhances their period character, Fallon & Byrne's new store will be a modern interpretation of these historic buildings providing a unique backdrop for Pembroke Square".

The food company will act as an anchor to property developer Hammerson's underutilised Pembroke Square, a 6,000sq ft public space that will cater to open-air markets and a specially devised programme of events for shoppers and visitors.

Pembroke Square has been created to have the public space to host its own dedicated programme of events for shoppers and visitors.

Speaking this week, Managing Director at Fallon and Byrne, Fiona McHugh said, "We are delighted to bring our signature shopping and dining experience to Dundrum town centre".

Hammerson Director of Retail Ireland, Simon Betty added, "Our vision for Pembroke Square is to create a new destination within Dundrum that combines a vibrant dining and leisure space with an area of exceptional public realm that will become a new focal point for visitors to enjoy throughout the year".

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