Monthly Archives: August 2012

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30 08, 2012

Micky's Irish Pub Reopens After Months of Renovation

Luke Johnson and his mother, Dixie, were in town Tuesday visiting his daughter, Kate, a freshman at the University of Iowa. As the trio walked along Dubuque Street pondering where to eat, Johnson, 44, of Dixion, Ill spotted Micky’s Irish Pub, one of his favorite destinations from when he was at the University in the late 1980s. He insisted on heading over and eating there. […]

30 08, 2012

Micky’s Irish Pub Reopens After Months of Renovation

Luke Johnson and his mother, Dixie, were in town Tuesday visiting his daughter, Kate, a freshman at the University of Iowa. As the trio walked along Dubuque Street pondering where to eat, Johnson, 44, of Dixion, Ill spotted Micky’s Irish Pub, one of his favorite destinations from when he was at the University in the late 1980s. He insisted on heading over and eating there. […]

29 08, 2012

Nelson’s Finley’s Irish Pub serves up the perfect burger balance

Hot off the unveiling of their new windows, Finley’s Irish Pub has brought light to a new menu featuring a huge list of delicious burgers. […]

29 08, 2012

Nelson's Finley's Irish Pub serves up the perfect burger balance

Hot off the unveiling of their new windows, Finley’s Irish Pub has brought light to a new menu featuring a huge list of delicious burgers. […]

28 08, 2012

Bea McNally’s likely to open in Hackettstown around December or January

An Irish Pub called Bea McNally’s should be completed by December or January this year, according to Jim Sheldon, director of the Hackettstown Business Improvement District. The restaurant was originally anticipated to be completed sometime in September or October of this year, but there was a delay in getting approvals, Sheldon said. The pub will be located at the former Charlie Brown’s building on 106 Grand Ave. Source: Todd Petty, nj.com

28 08, 2012

Bea McNally's likely to open in Hackettstown around December or January

An Irish Pub called Bea McNally’s should be completed by December or January this year, according to Jim Sheldon, director of the Hackettstown Business Improvement District. The restaurant was originally anticipated to be completed sometime in September or October of this year, but there was a delay in getting approvals, Sheldon said. The pub will be located at the former Charlie Brown’s building on 106 Grand Ave. Source: Todd Petty, nj.com

27 08, 2012

Ned Kelly’s Irish Pub adding rooftop deck

Ned Kelly’s Irish Pub, housed in a circa-1900 shell, will move into 21st-century mode with the addition of a rooftop deck after receiving a Certificate of Appropriateness approval from Littleton’s Historic Preservation Board on August 20. […]

27 08, 2012

Clarke’s Irish Pub on South Beach celebrates 7 years with new food, drink menu

Longevity is rare in South Beach, but one local hangout is getting better with age. On Sept. 5, Clarke’s Irish Pub will celebrate its seventh anniversary with the launch of a new menu and a long-overdue signature cocktail list. […]

27 08, 2012

Clarke's Irish Pub on South Beach celebrates 7 years with new food, drink menu

Longevity is rare in South Beach, but one local hangout is getting better with age. On Sept. 5, Clarke’s Irish Pub will celebrate its seventh anniversary with the launch of a new menu and a long-overdue signature cocktail list. […]

25 08, 2012

Common Ground An Interview with John Martin

Sunday, 29th July, marked a very special occasion in Philadelphia, which saw over 1,650 bicyclists gear up for the 25th Annual Irish Pub Tour de Shore. The event begins every year at The Irish Pub on 20th and Walnut and finishes at The Irish Pub in Atlantic City, with the proceeds benefiting children’s charities. Irish Pubs Global spoke to co-owner of The Irish Pub and President of the Irish Pub Children’s Foundation, Mark O’Connor, about this annual event and how an Irish Pub can stand out as a pillar of the community. “The original Irish Pub is based in Atlantic City and is over forty years old and we have two units in Philadelphia, one 31 years old and the other 28 years old. This was the 25th Annual Tour de Shore;” says Mark. According to Mark, the idea originated with Irish Pub [...]