Dublin McDonald’s Owner Sells Business After Three Decades

A long-standing McDonald’s franchise in Dublin has changed hands after nearly 30 years of operation. The owner, who had run the popular fast-food restaurant for almost three decades, sold the business for an impressive €20 million.

This sale marks the end of an era for the local McDonald’s, which had become a familiar sight in the Dublin area under its previous ownership. The €20 million price tag reflects the franchise’s success and its prime location in Ireland’s capital city.

While the identity of the new owner hasn’t been disclosed, the sale indicates continued interest in well-established fast-food businesses, even in changing economic times.

For many Dublin residents, this McDonald’s has been a constant presence, serving generations of customers since the mid-1990s. The change in ownership may bring new ideas to the franchise, but customers can likely expect the same menu and service they’ve come to know over the years.

This sale underscores the potential value of long-term investments in popular food franchises in busy urban areas.

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