Fallon & Byrne Pavilion concession open for tender


The Pavilion Cafe in Dún Laoghaire’s People’s Park, currently occupied by Fallon & Byrne, could become the home of a new food service operator.

According to the government’s E-Tender website, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council is looking to award the commercial concession to a food service business offering food made with “artisanal or locally sourced ingredients” and a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

The winner of the contract will be expected to provide a range of menus covering extended all-day use, including breakfast, lunch and a gourmet bistro menu in the evening.

A spokesman for Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council said it had “received expressions of interest from a number of parties in response to the publication of the tender”.

Not only the residents of Dún Laoghaire can look forward to delicious food. The tender documents show that the estimated value of the tender is 7.7 million euros – a palatable return for the successful bidder.

Fallon & Byrne, who may be among the bidders for the concession, did not respond to a request for comment.

Tim Hortons makes his debut in this country

Limerick-based fans of coffee and donuts are likely to have another
reason to cheer.

The city could be home to Ireland’s first Tim Hortons, a Canadian multinational fast food restaurant chain, after Limerick City and County Council granted planning permission for its development at Limerick One Shopping Park.

The Canadian chain has 57 cafes either open or under development across the UK, including Northern Ireland.

Planning permission for the new Tim Hortons was conditionally approved earlier this month. It was first submitted last October. It included modifications to an existing KFC restaurant.

In response to questions from Ergo, Tim Hortons said he could not comment on the Limerick location.

Canadian IT services giant converges on Ireland

Toronto-listed Converge Technology Solutions, an IT services company valued at over CA$2 billion (€1.45 billion), has announced it will set up a service center in Ireland focused on its “finance” function.

Shaun Maine, the company’s CEO, recently told analysts about his plan to set up a “shared service center” in Ireland. According to Maine, Converge will also base its new chief financial officer in London.

Ergo asked Converge to comment on its plans for a facility in Ireland, including how many jobs it could create, but received no response. Fallon & Byrne Pavilion concession open for tender

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