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Food / September 27, 2021

Salsa Authentic Mexican Food announced the closure of one of their restaurants

@salsamexicanfood
Food / September 27, 2021

Salsa Authentic Mexican Food announced the closure of one of their restaurants

Words: Emily Mullen

“This was a hard decision to make”

Salsa Authentic Mexican Food has announced the closure of one of their restaurants. After a “challenging year” the team announced on September 27 that they would be closing their Parnell Street store.

Closing its doors during the lockdown, the team announced that the spot which is located on 147-95 Parnell Street will be permanently closed.


Announcing the news via Instagram the team wrote, “since 2021 was a challenging year for all of us, this was a hard decision to make for us at Salsa, but one that was needed so we can continue to keep all of you foodies fed on our IFSC location in the future.”

“We had a blast during our time at our Parnell venue and were happy to be able to serve you at that location for almost a year, but every story has an ending. This is unfortunately ours to announce.”

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“Don’t be alarmed, our IFSC location is open for business as usual and we cannot wait to see you there,” they added.

You can find Salsa Authentic Mexican Food on Mayor Street Lower Unit 3, Custom House Square, for more information visit their Instagram.

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