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Harcourt Street Has A New Healthy Eating Emporium That's Opening Tomorrow

By fiodhna_hm

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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Getting sick of pre-packed sambos for lunch? We've got some great news for you...

Cocu on Baggot Street are opening a brand new outlet tomorrow on Harcourt Street.

Since Cocu appeared on the scene seven months ago, they have rapidly established themselves as the go-to spot for nutritious lunches, treats and a brilliant weekend brunch menu.

The new location is on Hatch Street just behind the Tripod complex at the top of Camden Street. They'll be opening their doors tomorrow to serve lunch from 12pm to around 4pm. As part of the launch they'll be operating a 'Pay As You Please' system with every cent going to The Dublin Simon Community.

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The menu will be more or less the same as their Baggot Street sibling to kick off, but there will be a few new dishes once the place is up and running properly.

The Hatch Street outlet will also have a dedicated baking room which will be banging out sugar free, dairy free and gluten free treats like there's no tomorrow.

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As Hatch Street has a lot of offices in the area, the normal opening hours will be 8am - 6pm, Monday - Friday.

Pop by for lunch tomorrow between 12pm and 4pm to have a snoop around the place, grab some delish lunch and donate to charity - win, win, WIN!

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