SSP opens Whiskey Bread Bar at Dublin Airport

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SSP opens Whiskey Bread Bar at Dublin Airport

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Contract foodservice company SSP is bringing together two well-known Dublin producers for a new concept at Dublin Airport.

Whiskey Bread Bar showcases the products of Teeling Whiskey and McCloskey’s Bakery and has opened in Terminal 2’s US Preclearance area for passengers bound for the US.

The venue is said to celebrate the story of Ireland and America and the culinary links between the two nations. Whiskey Bread derives from soda bread, which is most commonly attributed to Ireland but has its origins in America due to Native Americans being the first people to use soda to leaven their bread.

The bar stocks an extensive range of Teeling whiskeys as well as a wide variety of Irish and international whiskeys, with customers able to create their own whiskey flight. It also serves it’s a whiskey-steeped soda bread, created in partnership with McCloskey’s Bakery.

“We’re thrilled to be able to provide a location in which those who have the time to indulge can enjoy sampling our large selection of whiskeys, whilst appreciating the long and storied history of Ireland and America,” says Simon Davidson, SSP managing director.

The opening is part of a new food and beverage offering for Dublin Airport in partnership with SSP, which also includes the opening of SSP’s Tap + Brew craft beer and gourmet hot dog concept and casual dining restaurant The Fallow.

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