At the official opening of Krispy Kreme’s first ever Irish store in Blanchardstown Centre, Dublin.
Leon Farrell writes:
“Carlos Zurbito [above] queued from 6am and was one of the first people to enter Krispy Kreme’s at the official opening of Krispy Kreme’s first ever Irish store in Blanchardstown Centre. Hundreds of people queued to be the first customers in line at the new Dublin store which opened its doors at 7am to the public. The doughnut company, famed for its original glazed recipe, is now open in seven days per week with a 24/7 drive through…”
What the hecNOMNOMNOMNOMNOM..
Harcourt Street, about 6.30pm, last evening.
(Thanks Buzz O’Neill Maxwell)
On Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
The queue for the newly re-opened and refurbished Bewley’s cafe.
Thanks Jim O’Callaghan
Previously: Dublin Can Be Heaven
Queue outside Disney Store on Dublin’s Grafton Street.
Thanks Alan Bracken
A queue for an apartment viewing in Ringsend, Dublin 4.
Previously: Get A Room
Thanks Colin Norris
Looking for a decent tenant?
Try Decent Gaffs
Avoca, Malahide Castle, county Dublin.
New Ferg tweetz:
Pull up to the bumper, baby
Jack Leahy tweetz:
“There is actually a queue of students registering to vote at Tralee Garda Station!”
Check The Register
Previously: The Student Vote
Meanwhile, in Maynooth…
And in Galway…
Via Aoife USI Welfare and Cathal Sherlock