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Food / April 1, 2021

Counter Culture open cafe and bakery in Donnybrook

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Food / April 1, 2021

Counter Culture open cafe and bakery in Donnybrook

By Emily Mullen

The corporate catering company behind Good to Go have big plans

The people behind Counter Culture have launched Le Comptoir in Dublin 4’s Donnybrook. Slotting into 3 Eirpage House in the surrounds of Donnybrook Crescent, Le Comptoir will serve up indigenous Full Circle Roasters alongside a selection of bread.

Le Comptoir took over 3 Eirpage House from The Greenery restaurant which stood there for several years until it was served with a Food Safety Authority closure order.

The Clontarf-based Counter Culture specializes in corporate catering and serves breakfasts, lunches, and dinners to countless employees around the city. Good To Go which is the takeaway side of Counter Culture already has three locations in Dublin.

Counter Culture aims to open a restaurant on the Donnybrook site once “it is safe to do so”.

Le Comptoir will be open every day from 7am-6pm, follow them on Instagram for updates.

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