Fired Up Pizza, a part of the Chawke group, has bolstered its presence in Ireland by opening a new location in Dublin, according to the Irish Independent.

The new restaurant is located at 55 Donnybrook Road, Dublin 4.

To mark the opening, Fired Up Pizza is offering free pizzas per customer until it runs out of dough. The pizzas will be served in five different options.

The Dublin pizza chain, which was launched during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, serves Neapolitan wood-fired pizza.

With the new location, Fired Up operates a total of three locations. The other two locations are outside the Goat Bar in Goatstown and inside The Little Orchard, Rathfarnham.

The report states that Fired Up Pizza is recruiting for several positions, including store managers, front of house, pizza chefs and delivery drivers.

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Hospitality Ireland quotes Fired Up Pizza as saying: “Since day one, we have strived to marry the true Italian classic with the best Ireland has to offer, to bring you a pizza experience like no other,’ according to a statement released today.

“We’re passionate about serving the freshest ingredients available to us, and committed to supporting small, independent Irish suppliers across the country of Ireland.”