The owners of Paddy’s Irish Pub in Centerville announced they are closing via their Facebook page. Here’s what the posted:
“All great journeys must come to an end. It was two years ago on Saint Patrick’s Day that we opened the doors at 953 South Main St. for the first time and we couldn’t have asked for a better reception. So it is with a heavy heart that we announce our last day of operation will be this Saturday. We will be closed Monday and Tuesday. As for the rest of the week, we will be open during our normal hours of operation.
To show our appreciation ALL FOOD WILL BE HALF OFF and we will have the following drink specials ALL DAY for the remainder of the week…”
Liquor- $2.25 Top Shelf / $1 Well
ALL BEER- $1 Pints / $2 Talls / $3 Mugs
“May the road rise up to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face;
the rains fall soft upon your fields
and until we meet again,
may God hold you in the palm of His hand.”
From our family to yours,
This location was originally opened by Bill DeFries Beef O’Brady’s in 2004, then was sold and became Tavern on Main. Scott and Candy Anderson, took over in 2015, and the business became Paddy’s and at the time also owned Murphy’s Irish Pub. Murphy’s morphed into Caramella’s Italian Kitchen, which shut down earlier this year.