Hundreds of pubs set to reopen next month ahead of Government's target of August 10th
Over 300 pubs in Dublin could be open at the end of next month, ahead of the government's roadmap target of August 10th.
A survey by the Licencensed Vintner's Association showed 44 per cent of pubs in the capital plan to reopen as restaurants.
It's led to calls from the LVA for the government to engage with the sector.
Chief Executive Donall O Keefe says food and drink will be sold:
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