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Italian Restaurant Chain Prezzo Opens in Ireland

Italian Restaurant Chain Prezzo Opens in Ireland
February 09
14:40 2016

Italian restaurant chain Prezzo is opening its first eatery in Ireland at Dublin’s Liffey Valley Shopping Centre. Prezzo, which presents Italian casual dining with a touch of class, currently operate over 220 branches across the UK, with the company actively seeking potential sites to expand across Ireland.

Prezzo CEO, Dirk Eller, says: “This opening is a great opportunity for us to offer the people of Dublin the chance to try our signature Italian dishes. Our passion for serving excellent Italian food has made our restaurants very popular in the UK, and we are confident that Dublin will prove no exception.”

He continues: “We believe there is significant scope to open more Prezzo restaurants here in Ireland in the months and years to come, and ultimately look forward to seeing a number of Prezzos across the country.”

Prezzo guests will be offered an extensive family friendly menu, which offers a wide range of both classic and contemporary Italian inspired cuisines, including pizzas, pastas, risottos, salads and meat dishes. The menu also features light and gluten free options on most of the traditional pizza and pasta specials, and caters for vegetarians with a variety of meat free offerings.

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