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Food / July 15, 2021

Saba announce a move from Clarendon Street and a popup

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Food / July 15, 2021

Saba announce a move from Clarendon Street and a popup

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Saba Restaurant has planned a lot of moving and shaking over the coming months. The iconic Thai restaurant announced a move from their Clarendon Street premises, around the corner to South William Street. At this new location, the team will be running a popup for the next eight weeks, until the end of August.

The news was announced by Saba MD Paul Cadden over social media who added that the South William Street will be closed until October for a “full refit and refurbishment” before opening again “for the festive season”.

The South William Street spot will be open from July 15th for walk-ins from 12pm “for outdoor dining and takeaway” the post reads.

Speaking to The Taste Cadden said, “we are thankful to have so many great memories of Saba, Clarendon Street, it was the first Saba location and it helped us turn small ideas into reality over the past fifteen years. This is a really exciting time for our team and we look forward to making more happy memories for all our customers in our new Saba home on South William Street.”

You can find Saba Restaurant on Dublin 2’s South William Street, for more information visit their Instagram.

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