Restaurant/Pub Info

*Please note*
The new phone number for restaurant questions or reservations is 413-342-4358.

The ICC’s new Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub is managed by the professionals at the Log Cabin / Delaney House, and includes a handcrafted bar with custom woodwork, bar and table seating, fireplace and snug. The restaurant features the Log Cabin / Delaney House’s exceptional quality of food and service, and acts as a training ground for staff. A full bar and food menu, including starters, sandwiches, entrées and specials, is served in the cozy atmosphere of a Dublin pub. The Trinity Pub is named for the trio of volunteers who put in two long years of endless work – Will Carey, Bev Browne and Dan McGrath.

The open house, beginning Friday, March 10, is designed as an introduction to the new space and a transitional period for the ICC, and is planned to last several months. At that time, access to the restaurant and pub will be limited to active ICC Patrons and guests, necessitated by the residential location and city zoning. The ICC office will continue to be open to all visitors for information. As always, the public is encouraged to attend ICC events, including concerts, lectures, and exhibits at our future library and museum.

The Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub Hours:
Monday – closed
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday – Pub: 4 – 10 pm / Kitchen: 4 – 9 pm
Friday – Pub: 2 – 11 pm / Kitchen: 4 – 10 pm
Saturday – Pub: 2 – 11 pm / Kitchen: 4 – 10 pm
Sunday – Pub: 2 – 9 pm / Kitchen: 4 – 8 pm

View our menu

Manager Sheri Hannifan
Questions or reservations: 413-342-4358

Located at the Irish Cultural Center, 429 Morgan Road in West Springfield, MA.

Irish Cultural Center Restaurant and Pub

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