Cheese Boots Are Made For Walking


Jacob Long and Jack Brennan of cheese-based, lockdown start-up Griolladh, now in five locations

This morning.

Sinead writes:

Jacob Long and Jack Brennan, the founders of grilled cheese go-to Griolladh, will celebrate the success of their lockdown start up with a charity walk in aid of The Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People.

This Saturday (June 19), Jacob and Jack will start off from Griolladh in Bray at 8am and walk 45k to Malahide, where they opened their first Griolladh food truck exactly one year ago.

Donations are welcome at link below. A percentage of Griolladh sales that week will be donated, and Griolladh will also match the amounts donated in the collection boxes at each of their 5 locations!

Griolladh Fundraising

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7 thoughts on “Cheese Boots Are Made For Walking

    1. missred

      I got one of their sambos in Bray with spicy spuds in it, so good and filling I carefully kept the second half for later like it was my first born. Delicious

  1. Slightly Bemused

    When I was young I did not like cheese, but for some reason loved toasted cheese in its many forms.

    My sister introduced me to what she called at the time home bread pizza. Basically a version of rarebit I still enjoy to this day.

    Guys at Griolladh: Keep on grilling!

    And just because I cannot resist:

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