The restaurant and bar, located on the corner of East Wooster St. and South Prospect St., will open 4 p.m. Thursday, according to Nicki Pelham, one of the owners of the pub.
The restaurant will resemble an Irish pub and restaurant. The pub will include a traditional Irish food menu, which will have items like shepherd’s pie, and a drink menu that will include Irish drinks, according to the pub’s Facebook page.
The Irish eatery tries to accommodate for students as well as the people living in town by providing a restaurant targeting all ages during the day and a bar at night, according to the pub’s website.
Along with serving Irish food and drink, the pub looks to entertain customers with live music and entertainment, according to the pub’s Facebook page. The interior and exterior of the restaurant has been renovated to offer the ambiance of an authentic Irish pub.
The pub has been under construction since January after being purchased by City Tap and The Attic owners Eric and Nicki Pelham, according to the Facebook page.. Although, the pub opens this week, renovations will continue to be made until early August to provide a more traditional feeling to the pub, according to the pub’s Facebook page.