Hell’s Kitchen restaurant opens in Dublin as Santa Barbara restaurant closes

The Hell’s Griddle restaurant in Dublin has opened for business.

The restaurant was opened in the early hours of the morning on Thursday and is run by restaurateur Paul McGinley.

The restaurant is currently closed to the public but it will reopen on Friday at 7pm.

The Irish Times reported on Friday that it was one of two restaurants that opened in Dublin on Thursday.

The Hell’s Grill, in the city centre, was opened by Paul McGinnley in October.

He said he opened the restaurant to provide customers with an alternative to restaurants which often have a limited selection of food.

The menu includes a selection of traditional Mexican dishes, including burritos and enchiladas.

McGinley told the Irish Times: “I wanted to cater for people who didn’t want to eat out.

It’s a more intimate experience than a restaurant and I wanted to create something that is a little more intimate than a typical Mexican restaurant.”

He said it was a unique experience because it was not a typical bar-style restaurant and it had a much different look.

He added: “We’re going to be open all day but we’re going all day.

It’ll be open for a minimum of two hours and you can’t be there longer than two hours.”

He added that he had tried to find a local family that would be able to handle the crowds, but the local family had been turned away.