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Frontline workers can get free breakfast in Dublin this week

All frontline workers have to do is drive up and Balfes will take care of the rest, they promise.


In a bid to thank the incredible frontline workers who are putting in countless hours to help tackle the Covid-19 crisis, Balfes at the Westbury is offering them complimentary meals.

Our social, healthcare and emergency service workers are fundamentally the backbone of our society at any given time of the year – throw in a global pandemic and we’re relying on their services more than ever. While much of the country continues to work from home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, there are many who still head in to work each day. Frontline employees—whether they report to grocery stores, hospitals, or police stations—are working tirelessly to provide us with household essentials, medical care, and a sense of safety during this trying time.

To extend their thanks and support, Balfes at The Westbury is offering frontline workers complimentary meals. The restaurant will be providing free breakfast to healthcare workers on Tuesday, February 16th, and it’ll be served via a drive-thru. All you have to do is drive up or walk up to the front entrance of Balfes on Harry Street during the designated times to collect your tasty meal.

Taking place every Tuesday until March 16, breakfast will be served between 8 am and 11 am. This Tuesday, Balfes will be kicking off their complimentary breakfast whilst also marking Pancake Tuesday by serving up delicious buttermilk pancakes with bacon and maple syrup or blueberry compote and lemon mascarpone. The following four Tuesday will include a choice of a warm brioche, bacon bap or a yoghurt granola pot with fresh fruit. All dishes will be accompanied by tea and coffee. 

This, of course, is not the first time that The Westbury has offered their thanks to frontline staff either. Balfes and The Westbury extended the complimentary breakfast and lunch offer to frontline staff back in May 2020 as well. 

Be sure to let any frontline workers know!

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