Coppers will reopen this week after being closed for most of the last two years due to limitations.
There are hen parties, GAA enthusiasts, and hopeful romantics who have flocked to the famed nightclub on Harcourt Street in Dublin.
Despite not being able to reopen last weekend, Copper Face Jacks is slated to reopen on Thursday.
The Dublin venue has posted a list of frequently asked questions on their social media platforms, ranging from costs to relocating.
The Covid-19 epidemic cost Copper Face Jacks €10.5 million in income last year.
According to latest records, Covid-19 slowed Copper Face Jacks firm Breanagh Catering Ltd’s year-on-year profitability.
The firm had pre-tax losses of €1.5m for the year ended January 31.
Pre-tax losses of €1.5m in 2018 compare to profits of €2.46m in 2019 – a €3.97m swing.
It was only open for six weeks of the 12 months covered by the accounts, and revenues fell by 90% from €11.62m to €1.1m.
The accounts cover the Jackson Court hotel on Dublin’s Harcourt Street, which houses Copper Face Jacks.
Nightclub and bar revenues were €977,306, down from €10.09m in 2019/20, while accommodation sales were €139,073.