The lottery winner who scooped Wednesday's €3.9 million jackpot has yet to come forward to claim the reward.
The winning ticket was sold in a small shop in Ballyfermot last week, which will now receive €15,000.
Decies Mini Market on Decies Road on the southside of the city said they hope the win will help to boost sales at the store. There is real excitement in the community according to store manager Bianca Bercea.
"It's just brilliant. I haven't seen such excitement in 10 years since I started working here. Everyone is so happy," she said.
Ms Bercea said she is enjoying trying to figure out who scooped the prize, but that they may never know who it is.
"We will probably never find out. Everybody is asking me who is the winner. I don't know."
The lucky winner is believed to be a local from the Ballyfermot area.
The winner has yet to make themselves known to either the National Lottery or the store in question.
Last night’s winning ticket was a €16 multi draw quick pick, which was purchased on Thursday September 26 and was valid for two draws.
The National Lottery confirmed that the identity of the winner is still unknown, but he or she can chose to remain anonymous, which most lottery winners do according to a spokeswoman for the organisation.
It was a double success for the capital as the winner of the Lotto Plus 2 was also from Dublin and will take home €250,000 in prize money. A young male bought the winning ticket in Ballsbridge.
A winner for the €350,000 Lotto Plus 1 draw has yet to come forward. The ticket was sold in Kilkenny.
This is the first major win for Dublin since the €94 Euromillions winner cashed their cheque in July.
Last night's winning numbers were 9, 15, 18, 21, 34, 35 and the bonus number was 42.