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Rosie McCaffrey’s Irish Pub Is Closing This Weekend After 20 Years


Longtime Irish pub and metro Phoenix establishment Rosie McCaffrey’s is closing.

The restaurant, which opened 20 years in the past on Camelback Street west of 10th Road, introduced its upcoming closure on Fb on Monday.

The bar will have a good time one remaining weekend and shut after Saturday’s enterprise hours on September 24. The big bar was identified for its properly-poured Guinness, hearty fish and chips, and dwell bands. All through the week, it hosted occasions together with karaoke nights and trivia. Annually on Saint Patrick’s Day, the pub hosted a rowdy social gathering and was a vacation spot for revelers across the Valley.

The fish and chips at Rosie McCaffrey’s Irish Pub & Restaurant.

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The bar’s proprietor and founder, Seamus McCaffrey, thanked followers for his or her assist through the years within the Fb publish.

“I initially opened the primary Irish Pub in Phoenix, Arizona (The Dubliner) virtually 40 years in the past. My American dream continued after I opened Seamus McCaffrey’s in downtown Phoenix. All through the years I labored laborious to assist broaden the native Irish group, carry Guinness on draught to Arizona, and in the end carry a bit of piece of dwelling to the desert,” he wrote. “I opened Rosie McCaffrey’s Irish Pub over 20 years in the past, which sadly has now come to an finish.”

Rosie McCaffrey’s is closing after serving Phoenix for 20 years.

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He went on to thank the pub’s workers, musicians that carried out there through the years, the distributors, and the shoppers.

“My household and I wish to invite you all to have a good time the ultimate closing of Rosie McCaffrey’s Irish Pub this week and our remaining weekend this Friday and Saturday (September 23rd and 24th),” the publish continued.

Rosie McCaffrey’s

906 East Camelback Street