Pub operator JD Wetherspoon has announced that its newest pub will open in Dublin City Centre on Friday, June 21.
The company has spent €4 million developing the outlet which is on the site of a former bank and chapel in Lower Abbey Street.
The pub will be called The Silver Penny, creating 70 new jobs in the capital, Dublin Live reports.
It will be managed by Filip Mordak who was previously at The Forty Foot, a Wetherspoon pub in Dún Laoghaire.
The opening hours of The Silver Penny will be 8am until 11:30pm Monday to Thursday, 8am until 12:30am on Friday and Saturday and 8am until 11pm on Sunday.
The pub will also serve food every day from opening until 11pm and will specialise in real ales as well as craft and world beers.
It will also cater for family dining with children welcome in the pub up until 9pm during the week when accompanied by an adult.
The new-look pub features two bars, with the main bar at ground floor level, serving an impressive two storey space surrounded by a first-floor gallery, with a large roof light.
Manager Filip Mordak said: “Myself and my team are looking forward to welcoming customers into the pub and we are confident that it will be a great addition to the Dublin city centre community.”
The company runs six pubs in the Republic of Ireland and four in Dublin: The Three Tun Tavern in Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock; The Forty Foot in The Pavilion Centre, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire; The Great Wood at Westend Shopping Park, Blanchardstown and The Old Borough in Main Street, Swords.