Irish Pubs are much more than a place for drinking, they are a social experience, part theatre, part debating chamber and part living room.
The pub often seems an extension of the living room and in many rural parts of Ireland also act as the local shop with one corner serving butter and eggs and the other serving foaming glasses of stout. Our aim at Conor O’Neill’s Irish Pub and Restaurant is to bring to Boulder a truly authentic traditional Irish Pub. To do so we had our pub designed and built in Ireland in 1999. The front of Conor O’Neill’s is the ‘shop pub’ with its timber floors and many shelves and drawers for the merchandise that would be sold. At the back is the cottage wall, where Publican would open his doors to friends and neighbors alike for cheerful hours of drinking, storytelling, conversations and music. Throughout the pub we’ve displayed Irish bric-a-brac that represents Irish music, literature, sport, and history.