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Food / April 14, 2021

Jamaican jerk popup launching on Dawson Street tomorrow

all hail @allhailthebox
Food / April 14, 2021

Jamaican jerk popup launching on Dawson Street tomorrow

By Emily Mullen

What a jerk

Dublin is set to get a whole lot tastier when another popup opens its doors tomorrow. All Hail will be conducting a “soft launch” tomorrow from 32A Dawson Street, slotting into where Pablo Picante once slung burritos.

The Jamaican jerk popup will be selling “one mighty box with mighty jerk flavours and Caribbean sides” the takeaway promises to be a tasty addition to the south city center.

All Hail posted an image of the box to Instagram which shows two pieces of crispy jerk chicken, coconut rice, layered corn on the cob, and red cabbage slaw, and a mysterious yellow sauce.

A video shared by All Hail shows a fresh yellow and black logo over Pablo Picante’s signature corner front.

All Hail seems to be an affiliate of Picante, with the team urging followers to “say hello to Pablo’s little amigo” if they happen to be in the area.

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