75 jobs have been saved at one of Dublin's most well-known restaurants.
A rescue plan has been devised at Brasserie Sixty6 on George's Street after it amassed debts following Covid.
In total, 75 jobs have been saved at Brasserie Sixty6 and Rustic Stone - which are both co-owned by chef Dylan McGrath.
Neil Hughes from Azets Ireland, which devised the rescue plan, says many restaurants have found themselves in a similar situation:
"This is a well-known restaurant business in the city centre in Dublin, with well-known owners, obviously."
Mr. Hughes says these issues are, "in common with many hospitality businesses" and include, "the tax warehousing and the buildup of arrears to suppliers."
He concluded, "This was simply just too much for the business to deal with as it came out of the pandemic, and that's why it needed a framework in order to deal with those debts."