The following are the main types of real estate you will be looking at for your pub:

Urban/Downtown Many Irish Pubs do well in this environment, typically between 1,500sf and 3,000sf. Typically, this real estate will be older, even heritage, and is often quirky or oddly laid out, not necessarily a bad thing for an Irish Pub. This type of location is usually high traffic, with both lunch and dinner footfall and…

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Pub Facts

Irish Pubs, as we know them today, have been in existence since the late 1800's. That means they have survived through the British brutality in Ireland, World War I, the 1918/1919 Spanish Flu pandemic, the Great Depression, World War II and several global recessions since. So, we look forward to Irish Pubs pulling through COVID19 as strongly as ever before.