US doughnut maker Krispy Kreme is to open its second Irish outlet at the former Central Bank on Dublin's Dame Street.
The building is currently undergoing a major overhaul to open as the Central Plaza in the coming months.
The firm has signed contracts to lease a high-profile unit in the new building - fronting onto Dame Street and the pedestrian walkway linking Temple Bar.
The shop will be 'fully glazed' with a glass front, and is due to open early next year.
The Central Plaza development has eight floors of office space to house around 1,300 workers.
Tenants such as WeWork, Bujo, Las Iguanas and Ginos are all due to start fitting out in early 2021.
Krispy Kreme opened its first Irish offering in Blanchardstown back in 2018.
Figures suggest the shop made weekly revenue of almost €300,000 from September to the end of December 2018.
Accounts for Krispy Kreme Ireland Ltd showed that across the 13 weeks, the company made an operating profit of €579,000.
Its profit after tax was €457,000.