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Food / July 16, 2021

Dublin 8 just got a whole lot greener since Greenville deli opened up

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Food / July 16, 2021

Dublin 8 just got a whole lot greener since Greenville deli opened up

Words: Emily Mullen

It ain’t easy being green

The people behind Greenville Deli have opened up a brand new spanking spot in Inchicore’s Tyrconnell Road. The cafe come deli opened on July 16th, is the Greenville Deli teams’ second brick and mortar spot in the city.

The cafe on the busy Inchicore road has been transformed over the past couple of months from the constituency office for former Fine Gael TD Catherine Byrne. Pulling out the politics, the team have put in a coffee station and plenty of fridges for their famous sandwiches.

The team are also stocking shelves with some serious Irish produce, including Savage Sauces, Clever Foods, Hot Chip, Lilliput and The Juice Boxx.

“No, we’re not moving into politics – This will be our next location in Inchicore village!” the team wrote on Instagram, “Work is ongoing at our new spot that will be serving up coffee, breads, meats, cheeses, our deadly sandwiches, sausage rolls and much more.”

Launched by foodie friends Adam and Eve, Greenville Deli has a busy spot on Tara Street. The team also pump out wholesale sandwiches for some of Dublin’s finest establishments, out of the Two Fifty Square kitchen in Rathmines.

You’ll be able to find Greenville Deli at 5A Tyrconnell Road, Inchicore, follow them on Instagram for updates.

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