‘Greatest burger’ restaurant opens in Dublin
The Dubliner, a burger joint with an Irish heritage, is opening a new Irish restaurant in Brisbane this month.
The ‘Greater Galveston’ restaurant will offer burgers and sausages, but also Irish food, such as a pork and mutton burger and a saucy sauerkraut.
It will also offer a small menu of burgers and other food from the Galvestons home region.
The eatery, which has an Irish connection, has been set up by Galvestonian businessman and restaurateur Peter Molloy and will be open from September 15 to December 5.
The Galvestians own the former Molloys pub on the corner of the street and are building a new restaurant, in the area, which will open on November 23.
“We’re looking for a new home for the new restaurant,” Mr Molloya said.
“It’s going to be the perfect place for Irish food.”
The Galvesons first Dublin restaurant, a branch of its Galvestonic-themed Burger King franchise, opened in 2005.
The restaurant in the Glebe is now owned by the Galveson family, who have been in operation since 1991.
The new Galvestonal restaurant is the first Galvestoner-owned establishment in Queensland.
The owner is a member of the Galveons family, which also owns the nearby Molloyer family restaurant and the restaurant at the Gleb.
The Irish restaurant will be based on a concept Mr Molls restaurant will try to capture with a new concept that aims to create a menu that will reflect a new generation of Irish-Australians.
The concept will be an Irish-inspired menu.
The menu will be a mix of dishes that will be “Irish and Irish inspired” with “Irish influences”, he said.
The bar will be stocked with beers and wines, and Mr Moyas main focus will be on Irish cuisine, and on the idea of making it a “home of Irish food”.
“I don’t want to have one menu,” he said of the new establishment.
It’s a lot more about the food, the atmosphere, and what you can expect from it. “
You won’t be ordering a meal at a restaurant and expect to go home with everything you have.
The restaurant will have a great Irish ambience and people will be able to get a lot of Irish meals.”