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EXCLUSIVE: Five Guys Is Officially Coming To Dublin – And We Can Reveal The Exact Location

By aidan

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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It's official, and it's exclusive to Lovin Dublin.

Five Guys – the US burger joint renowned for its free refills, standard double-burgers and all-round delicious decadence – is coming to Ireland this autumn.

And thanks to sources in the area, we can exclusively reveal the location of the new outlet to be Dundrum Town Centre, nestled in "near Wagamama", down in the food section of the complex.

Dundrum

Unlike the cripplingly disappointing false dawn last year – where an outlet was said to be opening in the city centre only to fall through at the last minute – we have it on good authority that the deal is 100% complete at this point.

"Signed, sealed and delivered last week," said our source.

Irishmirror

A headline from irishmirror.ie last year, before the lease agreement reportedly fell through

So why all this fuss?

Well, if you've been to the States – or if you've listened to any of your friends who came back from the States – you'll know why.

The US chain is renowned for its "fast casual" food, and is particularly famous for its bacon cheeseburger – not to mention free refills on drinks, and its Cajun fries.

An outlet opened in Belfast late last year, but this marks the company's first foray into the Republic. We'll bring you an updated opening date as soon as we have it – but for now, let's rejoice in mouth-watering anticipation.

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