Opa, the Irish-themed tavern in Dublin’s north-east, has been granted a planning permission to open its doors to the public on August 12.
The new location, which Opa has previously held for its two other venues, is slated to have a large patio area and a bar and restaurant, along with a large bar and kitchen.
Opa is also hoping to open a new bar and café, which would be in a nearby pub.
Dublin City Council approved the development plan for the tavern last month, which is expected to go ahead in early 2019.
“Opa has been a pioneer in Irish entertainment, and we look forward to welcoming a new patron to Opa for a pint and watching the world go by in a new and exciting venue,” said the council.
There will be a total of nine venues that Opa currently holds, including a venue for the band The Tragically Hip and two other Irish-inspired venues.