A true Irish Pub usually bears the name of the owners. They are the Connor’s, this is their house, and they are open to the public. Most people don’t realise that Pub is short for Public House, which communicates something far greater than a simple watering hole. Meaning is often lost in an abbreviation, and that’s why they’re bringing the ‘Public House’ back.
Their regulars are more like their permanent residents and those passing through are their welcomed guests. All the unique individuals that share space under their roof make up a community and their community is what makes the house feel like a home. The kind of people you will meet at Connor’s, are humble, approachable, warm and welcoming. They don’t try to impress you with frills and garnish. They serve the food with a simple homemade style and they keep the beers cold. This way you’ll always feel right at home.
They run a tight ship to ensure the quality and standards of their offering never drops but at the end of the day they like to slow it down and take time to mingle with their fellow ‘residents’ and guests. At Connor’s Public House they invite you to “make yourself at home.”
Connor’s Public House plays live music, televises all the sporting action and offers daily specials on their food and drinks menu.