Monthly Archives: October 2012

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30 10, 2012

Global Gathering 2013 and Banshee Legend Launch, a success

Last week, we visited New York to announce details of the Global Gathering 2013 and to support Dublin Distillers in launching Banshee Legend. Kindly hosted by The Consul General of Ireland, Noel Kilkenny, the event attracted over 40 of New York's finest Irish Pub owners, operators and leading industry professionals. Notably, three of our Chapter Presidents were in attendance: 1. Paul Hurley, New York. 2. Dave Magrogan, Philadelphia. 3. Conchur DeBarra, Belgium. - all of whom spoke on the importance of the Global Gathering in 2013 and the value of Irish Pubs Global as a network reaching 4,000+ members in all four corners of the globe. Illann Power, of Dublin Distillers successfully launched Banshee Legend, a new whiskey liqueur to the New York market. For more information on the Irish Pubs Global Gathering 2013, please email us on: hello@irishpubsglobal.com Source: Cillian [...]

30 10, 2012

Irish pub in Guthrie has ‘spirited’ atmosphere

Combining good food, drink and a “lively and spirited” atmosphere, Kenney’s Irish Pub in Guthrie can get you started on an Oklahoman adventure this fall. Owner Kenny Cavner and his wife opened the place only four months ago. […]

30 10, 2012

Irish pub in Guthrie has 'spirited' atmosphere

Combining good food, drink and a “lively and spirited” atmosphere, Kenney’s Irish Pub in Guthrie can get you started on an Oklahoman adventure this fall. Owner Kenny Cavner and his wife opened the place only four months ago. […]

30 10, 2012

Wooden Keg celebrates anniversaries in Saint Clair, Pottsville

In 2005, James T. Croley II opened an Irish pub and restaurant in Saint Clair. Seven years later, he has two locations, a following and a brand name. Croley opened The Wooden Keg Tavern at 1 W. Caroline Ave. on Oct. 17, 2005. He said the business, which can seat “more than 100,” has 1,000 customers a week. […]

30 10, 2012

Vying for perfect pint honours

An Invercargill bar and a Queenstown bar are competing for top honours in the Guinness Lower South Island pint master competition, with the winner to represent the region in the national final. […]

16 10, 2012

Familiar faces give Wilkes-Barre Irish pub new look

The proprietors of the newly christened CrisNics Irish Pub in Wilkes-Barre are familiar faces at the decades-old establishment. […]

10 10, 2012

Advertising – Five Alternatives

If you’re spending your advertising budget on the masses and hoping something will stick, you’re playing a game that’s already over. We discuss five approaches that will slash your budget and play a huge part in your advertising.1. Internet Searches:Have you tried to Google restaurants in your local area? There is no audience you want to target more than people looking for a place to eat on their smart phones, so try to Google common phrases, ‘Places to eat Helsinki’ ‘Irish Pub New York’ and if you are not a restaurant that appears in the lists or blogs after a Google search, make it your priority to be on one. Make sure your address comes up in Google maps for ‘pub’ ‘restaurant’ or ‘bar.’2. Determine your Budget:Determine a percentage of your revenue to put into improvements that affect the guest [...]

10 10, 2012

Shamrock Stake

As owner of McGillicuddy’s Irish Pub in Montpelier and Mulligan’s Irish Pub in Barre, Dave Nelson has his hands full. That isn’t stopping him from adding a third pub to his empire this Wednesday with the opening of McGillicuddy’s Irish Ale House at the Maple Tree Place shopping center in Williston. […]

9 10, 2012

Eugene O’Neill’s in Forest Hills Has Serious Irish Pub Charm

There are a lot of Irish pubs in Boston? You don’t say. But where are the best Irish pubs in town? The debate might ignite a drunken brawl or two, but brand-spanking new Eugene O’Neill’s in Forest Hills shouldn’t expect too many haters. This place has some serious charm. […]

9 10, 2012

Eugene O’Neill's in Forest Hills Has Serious Irish Pub Charm

There are a lot of Irish pubs in Boston? You don’t say. But where are the best Irish pubs in town? The debate might ignite a drunken brawl or two, but brand-spanking new Eugene O’Neill’s in Forest Hills shouldn’t expect too many haters. This place has some serious charm. […]