Whether you want quench a parched evening thirst and mingle with friends or just kick back and enjoy weekend live music, Dunleavy's Pub is the place ... More
Whether you want quench a parched evening thirst and mingle with friends or just kick back and enjoy weekend live music, Dunleavy's Pub is the place to go. The patio space lets you take in the island breezes and three televisions are tuned to sporting events all of the time. Come by and greet sibling co-owners Bill and Patty or listen to local councilman Patrick Rutledge who currently appears Wednesdays from 7p until 10p to play jazz piano. Catch a live band on the weekends.
I was there in the summer of 2006 attending my wife's family reunion...Dunleavy's Pub was the turn around point for my wife's godfather who used to run...I guess he stopped here at the midway point of his run for a couple of cold ones..Anyway we went there, it is small and cozy, great staff, very friendly, and I was introduced to Michael Collins Irish Whiskey.We had appetizers, and other patrons around us, had burgers and sandwiches...They looked pretty tasty...I believe my wife's uncle and godmother frequent the place, since they live nearby...We are going again this July and look forward to being there...
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