Boojum is about to open its third outlet in Dublin with two new stores set to follow before the end of the year.

The Mexican burrito bar will open at Lower Abbey Street in the Irish capital on April 14, creating 30 new jobs for the fast-growing burrito brand.

This will be Boojum’s sixth store in Ireland, adding to the two already in Dublin, one in Galway and the two in Belfast at Chichester Street and Botanic Avenue.

Boojum began life in Belfast in 2007 when it was opened by John Blisard from Philadelphia. It was taken over by brothers David and Andrew Maxwell, the latter a former Ulster Rugby player, in the summer of 2015.

Good news for burrito lovers is there are three more stores planned for 2016 including two in Belfast – one at Great Victoria Street and another at a location yet to be revealed.

And they’ve also just been added to the Deliveroo menu, which means if you’re properly dying from the night before, one of the most popular choices of hangover food can be brought straight to your door.

It certainly beats queuing…

Boojum queue

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