Sbarro has expanded its presence in Ireland with its fifth restaurant opening in the Dublin region.
The newest location is in Dublin’s Heuston Station, one of Ireland’s primary railways. Almost eight million commuters pass through the station each year.
“We are excited to be growing our business with the Sbarro brand in Ireland, as it has been embraced by consumers in our other shopping center locations throughout the Dublin region over the past eight years. It is a perfect fit for the station. It allows for a smaller footprint to run operations and provides millions of commuters with premium quality products quickly and conveniently,” says franchise partner Stephen Heffernan.
“Additionally, with many worldwide travelers coming through the train station, the well-known Sbarro brand is welcoming and they can feel confident in their purchase.”
Founded in 1956, Sbarro is one of the oldest quick-serve restaurant chains in the world and is best known for its Original NY XL pizza made from fresh dough hand-stretched daily, topped with San Marzano-style tomato sauce and 100 percent Whole Milk Mozzarella.
The restaurant franchisor has 600 locations in 24 countries.
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