This 'Expensive' Dublin Pub Made A Colossal Turnover In 2017

By Darragh Berry

February 1, 2018 at 7:28am

This 'Expensive' Dublin Pub Made A Colossal Turnover In 2017

The Irish Mirror is reporting that the company behind one of the country's most expensive pubs has announced that they pocketed €5.5 million in pre-tax profits in 2018.

Oliver St John Gogarty’s in Dublin’s Temple Bar can charge at least €8 for a pint in the evening time and is controlled by Drayton House Holdings Ltd.

It is a huge tourist spot to have a drink in and the pub's pre-tax profits increased by 12% from the previous year. 

The group are also behind Blooms Hotel in the same area which saw a profit of €8.4m in 2017 also. 

If you're thinking about opening up a bar or hotel in Dublin, Temple Bar is the place to go. 

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