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Container Coffee: a coffee shop with a twist

Container Coffee: a coffee shop with a twist

From producing a medical reality-TV show to selling coffee from a shipping container in the Liberties is no ordinary transition, as Gordon Hickey explains. “We had a shipping container. We…

Happy days to come for businesses surrounding the new TU Dublin campus

Happy days to come for businesses surrounding the new TU Dublin campus

Technological University Dublin’s move to the Grangegorman campus has been a significant one for many small businesses in the Stoneybatter and Phibsboro area.   “We have missed seeing students in the Square. We look forward to seeing them return and the…

Building complete on new Wetherspoon hotel and pub

Building complete on new Wetherspoon hotel and pub

Wetherspoon has completed the development of their new hotel and pub in Camden Street Upper and Lower.  Wetherspoon has invested a total of 33.4 million euros into the new Keavan’s Port hotel and pub. The company purchased the property for…

Keeping the lights on – Part 2

Keeping the lights on – Part 2

It’s imperative, now more than ever, to keep the local businesses thriving during lockdown.  In light of current restrictions, it’s even more important for people to stay within their 5km region. Luckily…

It’s none of your business COVID!

It’s none of your business COVID!

How has COVID-19 affected business in the liberties?  Covid-19 has affected many businesses throughout the year, but no sector has been hit harder than small local business in the retail and hospitality sector.  The news isn’t all bad however. We spoke to the…

The wolf of White Moose doesn’t let a crisis go to waste

The wolf of White Moose doesn’t let a crisis go to waste

The Moose Box, a lifeline for the White Moose Café in hard times DUBLIN’S White Moose Café, and its connecting hotel, Charleville Lodge, have found a way to endure in…

Meath Street’s hidden gem

Meath Street’s hidden gem

Tucked away in a little corner of Meath Street in the heart of the Liberties is Liberty Market. First opened in 1973, the banner suspended high above the unassuming entrance,…

Spooky Halloween recipes

Spooky Halloween recipes

Hosting a Halloween party this year, or just want to get creative with your trick-or-treat snacks? The Liberty tried and tested some spooky treats for our readers to make at…

Spitalfields takes over from Shanahan’s glory

Spitalfields takes over from Shanahan’s glory

In the second week of July 2019, the news broke that Shanahan’s pub, nestled on the corner of 25 The Coombe, had been sold. In its place today stands Spitalfields,…

Meet the couple behind local business, Grálinn

Meet the couple behind local business, Grálinn

Grálinn is a foodtruck and catering company run by locals Dee Kelly and Matteo Griscti. With a focus on family style eating and shopping local, the pair have become a…

Experience a taste of Italy in the Liberties

Experience a taste of Italy in the Liberties

Two brand new and exciting eateries have opened their doors on Thomas Street, each offering a stylish and contemporary option for dining in the Liberties. Proof, one of the newly…

Reviving Gaeilge in Four Provinces pub.

Reviving Gaeilge in Four Provinces pub.

Four Provinces Brewery started six years ago, in the house of brewer Aindriú Ó Murchú. Back then Aindriú, together with his friend, Feargal Chambers decided to start a company. Four…