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Supermacs opens at Dublin Airport as one of the new food outlets planned for this year

The Irish fast food restaurant landed in Terminal 2, right next to the arrivals area, the airport announced.

Supermacs is situated next to the recently opened American pizza chain Papa John’s, the space previously occupied by Wright’s of Howth.

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This follows the DAA’s announcement in January to open 23 new and improved bars, cafes and restaurants, bringing the total number of establishments to 42.

Half of the new and renovated units were due to open in June, at the start of the busy summer period. Since the beginning of this year, new food establishments have been arriving at Ireland’s busiest airport.

The project is being carried out in collaboration with Irish foodservice and hospitality specialist KSG and operator Lagardère Travel Retail.

Supermacs, Papa John’s, Insomnia Coffee and Pret A Manger were some of the big food and drink chains announced to be coming to Dublin Airport this year.

Other establishments coming to the food hall include Nomad, Street Kitchen and Bluebird Coffee Roasters.

Existing establishments such as Butler’s Chocolate Cafe, Burger King and Jump Juice were set to add their existing presence at the terminal on both the airside and landside.

Terminal 1 sees big changes to its food hall, introducing new Korean and Thai street food options, a new Italian restaurant and a new Arthur Guinness Bar.

The existing SoMa store will be replaced by a new restaurant, Lilian’s Restaurant and Bar, at Gates 300, named after aviation pioneer Lilian Bland.

Passengers traveling through Terminal 2 can also dine at Fitzgerald’s Restaurant and Bar, named after Desmond Fitzgerald, the architect responsible for the design of the original terminal at Dublin Airport. It occupies the space previously occupied by the Oak Bar.

Announcing the expansion in January, Vincent Harrison, commercial and development director at DAA, Dublin Airport’s operator, said the airport had listened to passengers who wanted more food options.

“Passengers will soon be able to enjoy everything from Italian, Asian and Mexican shops to beloved local favorites and up-and-coming Irish brands,” Harrison said at the time.

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