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28th Aug 2017

Dry & Fly’s Latest Blow-Dry Venture Will Make Every Working Gal Go Weak At The Knees

Alana Laverty

Oh, how we adore Dry & Fly

The perfect blow-dry, time and time again, in a beautiful and serene setting that makes you forget you’re even in Dublin city centre. 

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We recently told you guys about their lovely Daddy/Daughter days and they’ve been a total hit ever since… but Dry & Fly are on a roll right now, and their latest venture will make every gal working in the south inner city go weak at the knees. 

You ready? 

Ok, brace yourself. 

A new and very unique Dry & Fly location is in the works and it’ll come as a welcome neighbour to working ladies, up to their eyeballs like myself, in the areas of Merrion Square, Stephen’s Green, Dawson Street, Baggot Street, Ely Place and Grand Canal Dock. 

Located on Merrion Row, ‘The Blow-Dry Boardroom’ will soon come to life after much pleading by the glam working ladies of Dublin 2. 

The concept?

It’ll have a more corporate feel than the Wicklow Street Dry & Fly but will boast the same fantastic sevice and great vibes. 

The interiors will be very bright, white and in keeping with the Georgian classical facade of the building, while also including a few unique Dry & Fly additions. 

As seen in these inspo snaps below:

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The Blow-Dry Boardroom will be perfect for a girl boss meeting or a catch up over a coffee or prosecco/G&T – within a short distance of our office – in the early morning, at lunchtime or in the evening after work, before drinks. 

When will it open, you ask?

The Blow-Dry Boardroom will open end of August and will be open seven days a week. 


On weekdays they’ll be open 7am to 7pm, 9am to 6pm Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sundays. 

Blow dries for everyone. 

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