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Food / April 1, 2021

Glas Deli opens in Rathgar tomorrow

Glas Deli @glasdeli
Food / April 1, 2021

Glas Deli opens in Rathgar tomorrow

By Emily Mullen

“Good Friday? It’s going to be a Glas Friday!”


The people behind Glas have announced that their new business in Rathgar will open tomorrow. Glas Deli will serve vegan and vegetarian ready meals, snacks, and store cupboard supplies, from their premise off Belgrave Road in number 36 Dunville Avenue.

Promising an alliterative array of, “sweet treats! Super spreads! Ravishing relishes! Marvellous mains!”. The deli has paired up with Temple Bar-based Rosa Madre, who will supply “perfect pasta” that will “combine magnificently with our sublime sauces”.

Glas Deli looks set to serve a similar fare to the Glas restaurant, with the likes of squash rillettes, lentil meatballs in a puttanesca sauce, charred celeriac with dill chowder and horseradish mash, and a pear and olive cake, all making an appearance.

The deli will also stock other products from Irish and European suppliers.

Glas Deli will open on 36 Dunville Avenue, in Ranelagh from 10 am tomorrow, keep an eye on their Instagram for updates.

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