Hen Quarter in Dublin closes temporarily, citing outbreak

Host Joe Tate cleans off a table at Hen Quarter restaurant at Bridge Park in Dublin on Dec. 30.

Hen Quarter in Dublin temporarily closed its doors (Jan. 12 for restructuring, according to a company spokesperson.

Citing a COVID-19 outbreak among staff and the inability to properly service guests, the business had to take some time to hit the refresh button, said the spokesperson, who asked to remain anonymous.

The Southern-oriented restaurant is at 6628 Riverside Drive in Dublin's Bridge Park development.

The spokesperson was unable to give a specific opening date but said Hen Quarter would remain closed at least through the weekend.