The pedestrianisation trial of Capel Street and Parliament Street has been extended for an additional six weeks.
Dublin City Council has confirmed that the two streets, as well as sections of some surrounding roads, will continue to be pedestrianised on weekend evenings until the end of August.
The trial originally began on 11 June and was due to end next week, but will instead remain active until 29 August.
During the trial, the streets are closed to vehicles on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings from 6.30pm to 11.30pm.
The monthly Foodservice Sector Sentiment Index for June 2021 has been published. The survey conducted with users across the foodservice sector aims to provide a snapshot of attitudes towards current marketplace conditions and the economic climate.
Covering such areas as employment, team management, state support, and industry perceptions, the index gives a unique perspective on how the hospitality supplier sector sees itself and how it views the outlook for the industry over the short to medium term.
Dalata Hotel Group plc (“Dalata” or the “Group”), the largest hotel operator in Ireland with a growing presence in the United Kingdom, provides a trading update for the second quarter of 2021 in light of the on-going impact from Covid-19.
Trade at the Group’s hotels improved in the second quarter as non-essential customers were allowed to return to hotels on 17 May (England & Wales), 24 May (Northern Ireland) and 2 June (Republic of Ireland). Occupancies for the second quarter were 24% in Dublin, 32% in Regional Ireland and 30% in the UK.
A working group will be set up to examine how to reopen the remainder of the hospitality industry safely in the coming weeks.
It comes as the Government is facing mounting internal and external resistance to plans to delay the reopening of indoor hospitality and only allow fully vaccinated people inside. A Government delegation led by Mr Martin told representatives of the hospitality industry that a mid-July reopening of indoor hospitality might still be possible if new data from the UK indicated lower hospitalisation and death rates from the Delta variant. A date as early as July 19th was mentioned at the meeting.
MAK Group are the exclusive distributors in Ireland for ECODYGER, the machine that see’s a reduction of food waste by 90%. Food waste is turned to compost in 7 hours.
All of this takes place directly where the food waste is produced. It removes storage of food waste and removes the need for collection of wet organic waste.
Intuitive software and exceptional customer service cements CBE's 18 year partnership with Ballygarry House Hotel & Spa
CBE and the team at Ballygarry House Hotel & Spa have cemented their relationship over the last 18 years. With a presence throughout the whole last generation of the family, CBE brings an immense support system to the property. With an F&B reliance on the local market, the hotel welcomes over 100K visitors annually solely to its Brasserie restaurant, exclusive of its other dining and bar options, and with 10 busy POS systems throughout the property, downtime is simply not an option.
Throughout the years, the CBE offering has evolved and so too has its product delivery within the hotel and the benefits are rewarding.