As previously revealed in an interview with TheTaste, Sprout & Co. will continue to grow their juice and salad bar business with the opening of their third café, just over a year after opening its first standalone store on Dawson Street.
Now, the brothers behind the business, Jack and Theo Kirwan, have finally announced that the new venue will open this December in a stylishly renovated former boathouse on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, on the south bank of the Liffey.
The restored boathouse on the quays uses all the original wood and features a dramatic 4.5 metre window and extended roof window, creating a bright and open dining space. Eat in or takeout, Sprout & Co.’s newest premises, close to the Samuel Beckett Bridge, will seat up to 76 customers in total, both inside and outside on the terrace with riverside views.
Having previously operated as a juice bar within Avoca Rathcoole, the first independent Sprout & Co. Kitchen opened this time last year on Dawson Street. The venture proved so popular that a second eatery on Mount Street soon followed.
The new Sprout & Co. location will continue to offer a menu that is dictated by the seasons and designed in collaboration with local farmers.
You can expect to see more what Sprout & Co. has become so popular for: inventive and delicious breakfasts, salads, soups, wraps, cold pressed juices, superfood smoothies, as well as 3FE coffee, Cement & Pekoe tea, and nutritious desserts from NutShed.
Offering a fresh, tasty alternative to other breakfast and lunch options in the area, everything served at Sprout & Co. is made in-house, and most dishes and salads are made entirely to order featuring fresh herbs grown in their indoor greenhouse within the new café.
Another feel-good feature is the news that the opening brings with it 15 new food related jobs.
This latest venture by the Kirwan brothers will be open 7 days a week for breakfast and lunch, and from January will also serve a weekend brunch, a first for Sprout & Co.