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General News / December 2, 2020

Krispy Kreme to open an outlet at former Central Bank

Photo: Central Plaza
General News / December 2, 2020

Krispy Kreme to open an outlet at former Central Bank

Words: Katie Gartland

Central Bank dwellers will soon be ousted by donut-fanatics

Krispy Kreme are opening their second Irish branch in Dublin City Centre. The American company, the Hines and Peterson Group have announced the launch yesterday.

The newest development is set to be in the Central Plaza development, the former Central Bank on Dames Street. The development is set to become a shopping centre. It will home food and retail outlets and will link to Temple Bar.

The first store, located in Blanchardstown saw a revenue of €300,000 per week after its launch. Long queues and traffic jams forced the shop to close their drive-in service.