Marcon has assisted with the opening of the latest Synge & Byrne, continuing the brand’s expansion across Northern Ireland.
The new ‘coffee kitchen’ is now open for business at The Linen Green, an exciting shopping complex situated in Moygashel just outside Dungannon.
It is the sixth Synge & Byrne to date after Abbeycentre, Newtownabbey; Sugar Quays, Newry; Foyleside, Derry; Boucher Road, Belfast and Slieve Gullion Forest Park.
Brothers Damien and Adrian Garvey, who run the locally-owned BWL Group, are behind the continued expansion.
The brand was inspired by the “new artisan movement” across the province which has a strong demand for a food and drink offer that has its roots in traditional Ulster cuisine.
Every Synge & Byrne interior is unique. There are elements of the design that are replicated but there is always individualism in each location taking into account the local area and the particular building.
The style of the interior is blending old style finishes with new. Features include solid surface counter worktops, wainscot timber panelling, ceiling rafts made from various materials and an aged metal tile effect wallpaper. The loom effect decorative screen above the main counter harks back to the days of the Moygashel Linen Mills in the early 1800’s. All the joinery items and solid surface worktops were manufactured in Marcon’s specialist joinery workshop in Antrim.