October 26 , 2020

New York City has lost another of its famous Irish hostelries as The Mean Fiddler will close at the

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March 21 , 2019

November 28 , 2018

November 2018 saw an historic gathering in Alexandria VA of Irish Pub operators from all over the United States and Canada , along with the respective heads of Tourism Ireland and The Irish Food Boar

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April 10 , 2018

by Siobhan Norton

I vowed I’d never become one of them. Those Irish who moved abroad and became more Irish than they’d ever been before. The type who spent we

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April 10 , 2018

The walls of the bar are covered in old art, photographs of Ireland, and yellowing posters in frames. A pair of hurleys, the flat ash stick of the Gaelic game,

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April 10 , 2018

"THERE ARE NO STRANGERS HERE, only friends you haven’t met yet” — this famous quote, widely attributed to Irish poet William Butler Yeats, must have referred

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Owner Insights
COVID19 has really shaken up our industry and created immense challenges. That said, having a community-based pub has allowed me to be completely flexible with menus, delivery, pickup and a host of other changes I have had to make to my business. If I had owned a regular restaurant in a downtown location, I doubt the business would have survived.
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Pub Facts

Bill Barich. American author, on being asked: "how come you can find an “Irish pub” in any city in the world?", replied: "They’re tremendous money-makers. There’s this whole concept of the Irish pub, anywhere you go in the world, you find one."