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Food / June 1, 2021

Lotts & Co are expanding into Dublin 6

Food / June 1, 2021

Lotts & Co are expanding into Dublin 6

Words: Emily Mullen

Lot(t)s & lots of Lotts & Co please

Lotts & Co are expanding into Dublin 6’s Terenure. Taking to Instagram the team announced that the new spot will be opening “later this summer”.

Beginning in a former car showroom on the South Lotts road, in Beggars Bush, Lotts & Co was launched by brothers Barry and Paul McNerney (of Juniors Café and Deli, Paulie’s Pizza and The Old Spot pub), alongside Julie Gill and John Byrne. From the outset the team said that the shop would be a “Greengrocer, Butcher, Fishmonger, Deli, Rotisserie, Winery and much more all under one roof”, tapping into the growing desire for independent butchers, bakers, fish/cheesemongers but cognisant of the convenience of a supermarket, Lotts & Co combined it all under the one roof.

The one-stop-shop serves up breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between, with cheeses, salads, cold cuts and rotisserie on offer. Alongside stock from the dons of Irish suppliers including Bretzel Bakery, FX Buckley butchers, Sustainable Seafood Ireland, Cloud Picker Coffee and Sheridan’s cheesemongers. The shelves are also rammed with independent local products, from the likes of Chimac, Meltdown, 137 Chilli, Berna’s Dressings, Too Savage, The Proper Diary, All Real Nutrition and loads more.

Lotts & Co are currently located in Dublin 4’s South Lotts Road, Beggars Bush and in Clontarf’s Clontarf Road. Follow them on Instagram for more information about their new shop.

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