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Restaurateur Nick Munier: ‘My ideas were too big for my wallet’

After the painful and costly collapse of his own venture, Avenue in Temple Bar, the restaurant manager and artist’s love for the industry has been reinvigorated once again

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Nick Munier

Nick Munier

Nick Munier

Nick Munier

Nick, photographed around the time he opened Avenue; ‘As a child [I was] both introvert and extrovert. I’m Leo but I have those two mixes within’

Nick, photographed around the time he opened Avenue; ‘As a child [I was] both introvert and extrovert. I’m Leo but I have those two mixes within’

Nick Munier: 'I started painting for release'

Nick Munier: 'I started painting for release'

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Nick Munier

Would you say you have a love/hate relationship with the restaurant industry, I ask Nick Munier. “I do, how did you know?” he replies, grinning.

Once all over our newspapers and TV screens, Munier has been leading a quieter life over the past couple of years. Besides being one of the best-known restaurant managers in Ireland and Britain, he’s also an artist of considerable repute, and it’s there his focus has been of late.


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