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Road racing hero Michael Dunlop to make his mark on north coast hospitality scene

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Road racing hero Michael Dunlop is set to make his mark on the hospitality scene on the north coast as he takes over Shenanigans Venue in Portstewart with business partner Maggie McWilliams.

The pair have taken ownership of the three-floor venue this week and have plans to transform it into a trendy new restaurant and beach bar after the busy Christmas period.

On completion the venue will comprise of two restaurants, five bars, a late-night club and a three-tier beer garden with outdoor bar.

The international sporting star said “We aim to bring the hospitality scene in the North Coast to a whole new level with a strong emphasis on amazing food, high service levels and exceptional customer experience.”

“Customers can expect to see dramatic changes across the prominent seaside venue and an entirely new nightlife scene.”

Michael’s new partner in business has more than 15 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

Maggie has owned bars, restaurants and clubs in both Australia and on the island of Ireland and the pair intend to expand quickly, opening new outlets across Northern Ireland and the Republic.

She said: “We are ecstatic about this new venture and I’m looking forward to getting back to the Port after half a year away.

“Portstewart is the heart of the North Coast and we want to create a venue which will be unrivalled for exciting new food, creative dining experiences and the best of live entertainment.

PICTURES: MATT STEELE

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