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Eddie Rocket's is an Irish restaurant chain, with its headquarters in Dublin. It offers American-style food in 1950s' style diners (similar to the Johnny Rockets diner restaurants in the United States). It is owned by Rocket Restaurants Limited.
Rocket Restaurants Limited opened their first restaurant in Dublin in 1989 and at one point[when?] were present in 42 locations in Ireland (both in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland), England, Wales, and Spain. The company still has a substantial franchisee base. Spanish site has now[when?] closed
There are currently 38 restaurants in operation in Ireland including:
A number of Eddie Rocket's restaurants in Cork, Galway, Limerick, Waterford, Wexford, Drogheda and Clonmel were rebranded as "Rockin' Joe's" in 2013 following a dispute between Eddie Rocket's and its largest franchisee, Limerick Businessman Brian Dunne.
As "Eddie Rocket's" can be considered a variant on US chain "Johnny Rockets", "Rockin' Joe's" appears to be a variant on another US food franchise, "Rock 'n' Joe".
- "Contact." Eddie Rocket's. Retrieved on 9 February 2012. "7 South Anne St. Dublin 2 Ireland"
- "Eddie Rocket's set to open in Athlone". westmeathindependent. 6 May 2016. Retrieved 6 May 2016.
- "Eddie Rocket's coming to Mullingar". westmeathindependent. 30 May 2016. Retrieved 30 May 2016.
- Eddie Rocket's franchise dispute settled saving 140 jobs The Irish Independent Gordon Deegan, October 23, 2013.