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Food / March 18, 2021

La Peniche is resurfacing with a new venture

la peniche dublin canal @lapenichedublin
Food / March 18, 2021

La Peniche is resurfacing with a new venture

By Emily Mullen

The floating restaurant will soon serve pizzas to the happy people along Grand Canal

Set to be a masterstroke as the days get longer and the people trapped between their four-walls get hungrier, La Peniche is launching some floating takeaway pizzas. Moored in a busy spot alongside Mespil Road, on the Grand Canal, the restaurant’s new venture is bound to be well-received.

After months of closure “and not knowing where we stand” La Peniche has decided to diversify. Diverging from their fine dining menu, the team will be selling pizzas for delivery and collection.

Sharing a job advertisement for a pizza chef, the restaurant said that they are “working on the menus at present and will keep you updated on dates”.

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