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Friday, April 20, 2018

The new location of Claddagh Cottage is finally in soft opening mode

Posted By on Fri, Apr 20, 2018 at 1:35 PM

click to enlarge FAKE NEWS! - PHOTO VIA CLADDAGH COTTAGE IRISH PUB ON FACEBOOK
  • photo via Claddagh Cottage Irish Pub on Facebook
  • FAKE NEWS!

Good news, beer-lovers and pie-eaters: Claddagh Cottage Irish Pub is finally, finally back!

On Facebook, their cover photo still says "no opening date yet," but a pint-loving little birdie told us that last night the beloved bar, now relocated to 2421 Curry Ford Road, held a soft-opening event for a select group. And tonight, we hear the soft opening festivities are extended to the general public.



No official word yet on set-in-stone hours and grand opening, but if you're craving a slice of shepherds' and a properly poured pint, stop by and check out the new digs – you might get lucky.

The old location of the pub, in the 4300 block of Curry Ford, was bulldozed to make way for a new Walgreen's. This new location is part of the new Hourglass District that's shaping up down the road.

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