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Food / June 24, 2021

Treehouse Treats are wrapping up their time in Goatstown

Food / June 24, 2021

Treehouse Treats are wrapping up their time in Goatstown

Words: Emily Mullen

The food truck is on the lookout for a new home

Treehouse Treats time in Goatstown is coming to an end, with the food truck on the lookout for a new home. The truck opened by Dan Hannigan (formerly Mister S) and his friends Luke Murphy and David Keane, started in the fairly magical spot underneath some ancient trees in Knocknashee Estate, a couple of months back.

“Unfortunately, our time in knocknashee is coming to an end,” the team wrote, “we have loved meeting everyone who has come and supported us over the last few months and are very sad to be leaving.”

With a couple of weeks remaining in Goatstown, the team don’t plan on “slowing down” before their departure.

“Come see us before we go as we want to thank everyone around goatstown for being such wonderful people” they wrote, while urging the public to get in touch with a suitable new venue for their trailer.

Treehouse Treats have become synonymous with selling duck doughnuts, alongside high-end desserts like vanilla pannacotta and strawberry meringue and choux buns.

“We are three great friends who have worked together and separately in some of the best restaurants in Dublin,” Speaking at their opening in April, the team said, “we are very proud to use some incredible produce from sustainable growers and producers who work so hard to provide us with such incredible ingredients.”

Follow Treehouse Treats on Instagram for more details of their next move.

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