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This Is What Gourmet Burger Kitchen Looks Like After Their €3.5million Refurbishment

By katedemolder

March 9, 2017 at 5:01pm


South Anne Street's Gourmet Burger Kitchen has recently undergone a make-over, and while we thought it was great as it was, we have to say – it looks smashing. 

Re-opening tomorrow, March 10, the Dublin 2 haunt will be flaunting its €3.5 million refurbishment plan.

The design was based around enhancing the building’s existing features, like exposed raw brickwork while also renovating the remaining Victorian shop front and sash windows, while adding some more luxurious and modern details to create a classicly cool burger bar.

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And that they certainly did. 

The front area features characterful pale stained oak wall paneling with brass inset tables, a delicate brass screen divides this from the stylish timber, marble and brass bar.  At the rear of the restaurant you’ll find exposed, original stone and brickwork with high level planting, giving an indoor outdoor feel. 

The upstairs dining area has an altogether cosier and retro feel with dark stained timber paneling, mid-century style furniture and fluted banquettes. 

GBK, you've outdone yourselves. Just when you think burgers can't get any better...

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