eBay’s new silver hollowaren restaurant in Dublin will be open for dinner service on Monday, but the popular Irish bar is still closed for the holiday period.
Silver Holloware, in Dublin’s central town of Sligo, has been offering free dinner and drink for guests for the past three years.
The popular Irish eatery opened in May, and is known for its seasonal menu, including seasonal dishes such as the O’Donnell’s, which is made from fresh tomatoes and peppers, plus the Biscuit Bread.
It also has an Italian take on the traditional Irish bread, made from bread and cheese made from the ingredients from the nearby area of Gannon.
It’s not the only restaurant in Ireland that has been closed for a short holiday, however.
Last week, the Irish restaurant chain Dubliner’s opened a branch in London, which opened to limited guests in February.
Dubliner’s has been the only Irish restaurant to open a branch since its opening, but will remain closed until mid-January to accommodate the Christmas period.
In contrast, Silver Hollowaren is one of Dublin’s longest running Irish restaurants.
It was founded in 1899 by Joseph P O’Brien and his father, John O’Bryan, and it has been serving Irish food since 1946.
In 2015, the O Briens purchased the restaurant from Mr O’Reilly, who ran the restaurant in the 1980s.
The Silver Hollowares owners, Mr O Bricolle and Mr O Briancle, were keen to expand their business, but decided to focus on their own businesses and open their own restaurant.
The restaurant was originally known as the Irish Inn, but was renamed as Silver Hollow when Mr O Bracolle died in 2005.
Mr O Brancle opened the restaurant with his brother-in-law, John Braccolle, in 1966.
The family started their restaurant with three small plates: fish and chips, fish and salad, and potato salad.
It became a favourite in the local area, and Mr Braccole’s father, Patrick, served a variety of fish and chicken dishes.
After opening, Mr Brancolle expanded the menu to include the popular Biscuits and the Birches.
In 1980, the family expanded to include more than 40 dishes, and the restaurant soon became the third largest in Ireland.
By 1991, the restaurant had become a major Irish restaurant.
It is now the most popular Irish restaurant in Europe, with over 7,000 guests a night.
The O Brien’s were delighted to be able to open their new restaurant, and their owners have already received positive feedback from guests and locals alike.
“It’s very humbling and very exciting for us to be opening a new restaurant in this very busy period,” said Mr Braccoll.
“We are just really grateful to be open in this time of year and welcome guests to enjoy the food and the service that they expect.”
The Silver Holes have since opened a second branch in Londonderry, but have also plans to open more branches in Cork and Dublin in the future.
For more information about the restaurant, you may contact the Silver Hollow Are, or you can visit their website here.