NEW LOOK ANNIE'S RE-OPENED: Cllr. Deirdre O'Brien cutting the tape to officially re-open the new look Annie's Restaurant in Fermoy last Friday, also present, l-r: Kevin O'Keeffe T.D. Margaret Bonner, William Hughes, Bridget Bonner (proprietor), Caeleigh Bonner - in front is Tyler Shanahan. (John Ahern)

After a short term closure for refurbishment, Annie’s Restaurant on MacCurtain Street, Fermoy has re-opened. 

Public reaction has been very positive and this popular establishment is already as busy as ever.

On Friday last, chairperson of Fermoy Municipal Authority, Cllr Deirdre O’Brien, was on hand to cut the tape and formally declare the revamped eatery open.

Deirdre, who was joined by her TD brother Kevin, wished Bridget and her staff every good wish for the future.

Former Mayor of Fermoy, William Hughes, also wanted to be associated with this sentiment.

“Bridget is a fantastic worker and as you can see, they’ve made a mighty job of the place. You always get a great meal down here and I’ve no doubt Annie’s will go from strength to strength,” William told The Avondhu.

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John Ahern
John Ahern is a native of Araglin and has been associated with The Avondhu since 1997. A great lover of sport, John is particularly interested in GAA and is often called upon to don the referee’s jersey. He has a keen interest in local issues and current affairs and his knowledge of the general locale sees him in much demand for Avondhu assignments.