Chez Max, the French bistro with two city centre locations has closed its Baggot Street site. The restaurant announced the news on its Facebook page, saying that the team were "very sad" that the restaurant would be closing, but that the Palace Street site near Dublin Castle would remain open.
Twelve months ago, the building that houses Chez Max was put on the market for €2.1 million. The annual reported rent was €90,000, but the estate agent advised there was “significant reversionary potential”. It was reported to be in "very good condition throughout".
The café and shop above the Baggot Street restaurant will stay open for a few more weeks, and details for the remaining Palace Place site can be found here.