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Industry Opens for Middle Eastern Evenings

Industry, the Scandinavian-style homeware shop and Ottolenghi-style café on Drury Street, has started opening on Friday and Saturday nights with a Middle-Eastern inspired menu and a full wine list. Head chef Wagner Dos Santos has designed a menu of mezze, small plates, sides and dessert and we want it all, particularly the saffron potatoes with chargrilled padron peppers and tahini, and the pistachio meatballs with tomato sauce, feta and pita.

Industry was opened in 2010 by brother and sister team Marcus and Vanessa Mac Innes as a lifestyle store and eatery, selling handpicked furniture, pottery and homewares, with a café that quickly became an "in the know" lunch spot for people working around town, who line up for their vibrant Middle Eastern-inspired salads, hot pots and morning pastries. The evening offering is their latest expansion, but we're told there's more on the cards over the next few months.

Evenings at Industry are currently running from 7-10pm on Friday and Saturday nights, with Thursdays to follow soon, and you can see the menu below. Reservations can be made by emailing


41 a/b Drury Street, Dublin 2

Ph: 01 613 9111

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