Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Coming To Ireland

American doughnut chain Krispy Kreme is headed to Ireland. British real estate agent Morgan Williams is scouting potential sites in Dublin. It is believed it will comprise of a production unit and a café titles the ‘Hotlight Factory Store’.

Expansion into Ireland has been cited as a ‘priority’ and preliminary discussions have taken place with potential landlords. Krispy Kreme currently have over 1,100 outlets in over 26 countries worldwide.

Krispy Kreme in Ireland

  • Seeking a building of 4,700 sq. ft unit accommodating a drive thru and 60+ parking spaces.
  • Investment would be in excess of €1.5 million and employ 50+

Once established, it’s believed Krispy Kreme would consider smaller format stores located at airports, train stations or in a city centre unit. Potential sites for the factory and café unit are believed to be near Liffey Valley and Blachardstown Shopping Centres.

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