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11 04, 2016

The Third Mind Design approach to Craft Pubs

One design company is creating a significant stir in the Irish hospitality sector. Dublin-based Third Mind Design are one of the leading and most exciting design companies based in Dublin’s city centre. They operate on the principle that three creative heads are better than one and employ a collaborative approach to each project whether that's something graphic-based like the creation of a cool beer mat or website or whether it's a complete overhaul of a building to create an entirely new bar and brand. Whilst some projects may only involve direct engagement from one of their lead designers, it always includes creative input from their two other senior designers at no extra cost. Founded in 2013 by 3 visual enthusiasts they have grown into a large team of creative individuals with a pool of unique experience and backgrounds that is delivered on every project. Speaking to Irish [...]

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. […]

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. […]

18 09, 2012

Nolan’s Carves Out a Niche in the Downtown District

A lot of people dream about opening a bar. But a lot of people also dream about being an astronaut or gymnast, too. Craig Davide is one of those people who not only dreamed about doing something, he actually followed through on it.  […]

18 09, 2012

Oldest Irish pub in America dishes up innovative cuisine

“The Oldest Irish Pub in America,” Patrick’s of Pratt Street, is, believe it or not, right here in Baltimore. An affable, somewhat unconventional shrine to the Emerald Isle, Patrick’s, on West Pratt Street, has been owned and operated by the same family since 1847. […]

6 09, 2012

Savory coincidences, and fare, at McBride's

When Bob and Mark Russell were looking to name the Irish pub they were planning to build inside the garage that once housed the fleet for their Monahan Drabble Sherman Funeral Home, they only had to think back to a visit to Ballyjamesduff, a small town in Ireland, where they’d spent time in McBride’s Pub. […]

6 09, 2012

Savory coincidences, and fare, at McBride’s

When Bob and Mark Russell were looking to name the Irish pub they were planning to build inside the garage that once housed the fleet for their Monahan Drabble Sherman Funeral Home, they only had to think back to a visit to Ballyjamesduff, a small town in Ireland, where they’d spent time in McBride’s Pub. […]