THE Dundalk premises formerly occupied by the recently closed Rosso Restaurant is to be turned into a new family-friendly restaurant.
Michael Lavelle Estate Agents have announced that a new occupant has been secured at the licensed restaurant at 5 Roden Place, Dundalk.
The 100-seater licensed restaurant, which includes state-of-the-art kitchens, was formerly occupied the high quality Rosso Restaurant.
It closed its doors in late January, and the impressive restaurant and function rooms, was placed on the market in mid-March.
The new occupants of 5 Roden Place are Rachel and Victor Graham who are behind the popular ‘Eno Café’, on Crowe Street.
‘Eno Bar, Grill & Wood Fired Pizza Restaurant’ is due to open at Roden Place at the end of this month. Eno Café will remain at its Crowe Street premises.
Joanne Lavelle of Michael Lavelle Estate Agents said: “The speed with which this deal came about shows an uplift which we wouldn’t have seen last year.
“This is the best restaurant pitch in town and it’s going to be a wonderful addition to Dundalk’s social scene.”
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