Choosing a type of property and a suitable location are probably the most important decisions influencing the future success of your Irish Pub.

Good location alone will not make your pub successful but choosing a bad location will almost certainly make it a more difficult road to success.

Before you enter into a real estate search or ask a realtor to do it for you, it’s always a good idea to have narrowed down in your own mind what you think you want. Whether you see your pub as a 200-seat hub of excitement in a downtown location or as a 60-seat cozy neighbourhood haunt, try to fix on what you think will work for your available capital and your lifestyle.

There are many factors involved in choosing real estate wisely for a pub and the following paragraphs will help you form a better idea of what you are looking for.

Owner Insights
Here at our pub we have a wide range of demographics. As a restaurant we experience everything from families with children, teenagers, couples of all ages, groups of friends of all ages, and elderly.
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Pub Facts

Casual-dining restaurants usually require significant local populations to survive and thrive. Because of the frequency of consumer visits to an Irish Pub, they can thrive in populations of less than 15,000.

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