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65 jobs created with opening of two new Nando's

The chain of chicken restaurants is to open new restaurants on Mary Street and St Andrew’s Street later this year.

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RESTAURANT CHAIN NANDO’S is to create 65 jobs in Dublin with the opening of two restaurants later this year.

RTÉ reports that the chicken chain, which already operates in Cork and Belfast as well as in the capital, is to open an premises on Mary Street on Dublin’s north inner city next month, and another on St Andrew street on the southside shortly afterward.

The South African chain already employs 150 people at its five Irish outlets, and will consider the St Andrew street its ‘flagship’ Irish location.

Read more on the new jobs at RTÉ News >

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