A new Dublin hotel has come to the Luna restaurant staff with job offers after announcing its shock closure.
The modern Italian restaurant in Drury Street, in the capital, revealed that it would close immediately in a statement on Twitter.
The social media message said: "Luna Restaurant will stop working immediately."
"This was a very difficult decision, but inevitable, despite our best efforts.
"Luna had the best staff, food and atmosphere. It was a restaurant that was proud, which makes it more difficult.
"We would like to thank our staff and our customers for joining us on this trip. We wish it had been more time spent."
The Hotel Marlin, which will be opened in July at St Stephen's Green, published his dismay at the closing ceremony and told staff to contact a possible job at their new restaurant.
They said: "Dear Luna Dublin staff, we are sorry to hear the news about your closure.
"We have a new bar of 13,000 square meters and a restaurant that opens St Stephens Green in 8 hotels of Marlin Hotels and we would love to meet someone by sending an email to Michelle.Burke@marlin.com.
Luna, which opened in 2015, was a company of the established restorer John Farrell, who also has other fashionable restaurants like Dillinger's, The Butcher Grill and 777, with a successful restaurant manager, Declan Maxwell, who He spent 16 years managing the Star Michelin restaurant in the lead. of operations
The announcement has been devastated both habitual and restaurant establishments.
Tonie Walsh said: "It was destroyed by my colleague, John Farrell, Declan, Vish and the @Luna_Dublin team that brought our gastronomic experience to the next level.
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"Luna deserved longevity."
BBQ BBQ BBQ restaurant, Asador said: "@declanmaxwell really regrets listening today. An absolutely fantastic restaurant and something to be proud of. The next challenge."
The head of the kitchen and owner of Chameleon at Temple Bar, Kevin O & Toole, added: "I'm sorry to hear this news, the cost of running a restaurant has become paralyzed. My best wishes to all those interested in @Declanmaxwell and co. "