Costing of eating out in Cork could rise

Leesiders could see a price hike in the cost of eating out, as pubs and restaurants across Cork try to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.

That's according to one of the City's leading restaurateurs, who believes some businesses may have to increase prices to simple break even.

Claire Nash, owner of Nash19 on Prince's St. in the City Centre, told RedFM News that the uncertainty surrounding public safety guidelines and the Government's wage subsidy scheme are two of the biggest factors that pub owners and restaurateurs now face.

She added that half-empty restaurants will have to make up the loss somehow - press PLAY

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