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Supermac's announces that 15 branches will reopen this week

By Sarah Finnan

April 22, 2020 at 9:48am


Supermac's has announced plans to reopen some of its restaurants around the country.

Irish fast-food chain Supermac's has announced that it will reopen a number of its branches across the country this week.

A statement released by the restaurant reads:

"Supermac's will provide a limited service in a number of outlets following consultation with the authorities, staff, customers and our suppliers including farmers.

The outlets will open on a phased basis in locations where the company can provide hot cooked meals to the public while fully implementing government guidelines regarding social distancing for our staff and customers.

Initially, we will provide only Drive-Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect where it is safe to do so."

A number of added health and safety measures will be implemented in an effort to protect both customers and staff. For example, all services will be contactless and payment will only be accepted by card. Staff will also be provided with gloves and masks with dedicated work stations for each member.

The restaurant will reopen 15 of its branches across the country, starting from today, and you can read the full list of participating restaurants below:

Wednesday, April 22nd

  • Headford Rd – Drive-Thru
  • Tuam Rd – Drive-Thru
  • Newcastle – Delivery Only

Friday, April 24th

  • Portlaoise – Drive-Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Ballysimon Rd, Limerick – Drive-Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Kinnegad – Drive-Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Clonmel – Drive-Thru and Drive & Collect
  • O Connell St Dublin – Delivery Only
  • Carrick on Shannon – Drive-Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Roscommon – Drive-Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Trim – Drive-Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Drogheda – Drive-Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Sligo – Drive-Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect
  • Ballindine – Drive-Thru and Drive & Collect
  • Carlow – Drive-Thru, Delivery and Drive & Collect

All eat-in facilities will remain closed for the time being.

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