Corned Beef and Curry

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CB&CB is the outrageous Pub band from Pittsburgh, PA. Known for their high energy and interactive stage shows, they play all genres of music and anchor their shows with Celtic/Irish tunes and Classic Rock. Hand-clapping, foot-stomping, beer-drinking fun!
 
John McCann has been an Irish musical force in Pittsburgh for many decades.  Originally from Buffalo, NY, John moved to Pittsburgh and soon became a sought after Irish solo musician. His first CD “This Day” brought him together with musical partner Bob Banerjee and they have been playing together for close to 20 years. People love his range of voice where he can channel the Phantom of the Opera to Buffet to Tommy Makem all within the same musical set.
 
Bob Banerjee is a classically trained violinist who relishes his move to the “dark side”.  He is a multi-instrumentalist who also plays mandolin, guitar and utilizes many modern effects and tools for his distinctive sounds.  His passion and energy brought him to tour with Gaelic Storm in 2003-2004 and introduced him to thousands of friends throughout the nation. Bob and John have been harmonizing together since 1998 and share their love of music with all audiences. Bob’s last CD, “La la la la Beer Me!” has entertained audiences from New Orleans to Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, and LA and a favorite of internet radio stations like “Island Time Radio”
Check out this video

Bob Banerjee Rocks Pachabel

 
“Hamish” Dindak is the energetic percussion foundation of the band. No better background for a band drummer than one who starts as a fan and eventually becomes part of the band! He is putting together a hybrid drum set that merges the sensibility and control of electronic drums with traditional and international sounds.  His talents also include the ability to play washboard and the uilleann pipes.  His accessibility and humor have made him a huge following among fans who always can be found yelling, “Who the Heck is Hamish?”
 
Friday’s show
Bob and Friends Jam
Saturday’s show
Corned Beef and Curry
Shows start at 9
admission at the door
 

Cigar Lovers and Macallan Tasting

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Ribbon Cutting this Friday @ 5pm

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Ithika haunts The Dublin Pub

2014_HauntFest_Poster_091914_FINALIthika is our band for the Hauntfest on 5th.  Tickets on sale now.  Our new church addition will make a great backdrop for a haunting good time!  

Saturday October 25 7pm

 


Pour Your Own Draft Table and Wall Now Open!

Calling all Pint Drinkers, Wannabe Models, Jameson enthusiasts, Publicans and people who like to have a good time!

10371385_10154589383045062_4060291184588640442_nSaturday, Oct. 11 we will doing a photo shoot from 6pm till 10pm, looking for groups of Pub Revelers having an incredible time enjoying out new state of the art “Pour Your Own Draft Beer Wall” and “Pour Your Own Draft Beer Table” We will have professional photographer, Will Thorpe, on site shooting images of true Publicans enjoying for the first time our Pour Your Own Draft Beer Table and Wall. Every hour from 7 till 10, four groups of persons will be picked for their excitement, size, and Irish Pub Revelry and will receive (one) $50 discount off their combined tabs.

What is the “Pour Your Own Draft Beer Wall”

Simply put, it is what it says. You tell your server that you would like to get your own beer, and our servers will provide you with a card which then activates one of the twelve tap heads located in our new historic Sanctuary of Whiskey & Ale – (the big addition we built from a 108 year old church). You are charged by the ounce so you may pour as little or as much as you want up to 16oz per pint. Additionally we have Jameson on tap, the first of its kind in the State of Ohio, so you may pour that as well.10612540_10154566989295062_8552856411139012383_n

Nick Mitchell, Marty Romie, and Jason Short will be playing tunes starting at 8


Grand Re Opening Celebration Weekend!

Lets Party!

Construction is almost complete and we are ready to Party!  Join us this weekend and check out the new space!

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 Our new stage is going to get broken in right!  Velvet Crush is having a reunion show Friday night and will turn the room into CLUB PUB!  Show starts at 9 and there will be a $10 cover for the band!
Saturday night we will host Nick Kizirnis and Friends!  Show starts at 9 and this will be a no cover event!!


Half Way to St. Patricks Day!

1239827_694822530531994_1864903092_nWe are half way there!! Come celebrate and get a sneak preview of our addition!  Plans for the evening include Miami Valley Pipes and Drums at 6:30.  Celtic Academy of Irish Dance performing at 8.  Jameson’s Folly will finish out the night @ 9pm. 10341714_641854825906746_1490954259599865621_n


Taste of all things Oregon!

OregonDistrict-02Come down and experience “All Things Oregon” 8/24.

The Miami Valley Restaurant Association and the Oregon District Business Association are pleased to present our second annual Taste Of All Things Oregon
The event will be this Sunday, August 24 from 1 to 7pm.
Restaurants/eateries will come out into the street to celebrate with awesome, delicious food offerings…
Restaurants include: Jay’s, Thai 9, Oregon Express, Lily’s Bistro, Fifth Street Deli, Salar Restaurant and Lounge, Lucky’s Taproom & Eatery,Roost Modern Italian, The Dublin Pub, Trolley Stop
Retailers will be open so you can our eclectic mix of shopping…and have on-street shopping
Music on the DaytonCityPaper stage at Fifth/Brown from 1 to 7 with the popular The Menus coming on at 4 and playing until 7pm.  The stage is being supplied by Matt Miller of Carl’s Body Shop…
Onstreet, roving performers courtesy of the Downtown Dayton Partnership…
Downtown Butters will be at Eclectic Essentials…
Plenty of Parking at the FRONTDOOR of the Oregon District…The Transportation Center at Patterson / Fifth…as well as on-street parking throughout downtown (meters are free on Sunday)..and surface parking…
FREE Admission…enter at Fifth/Wayne or Fifth/Patterson…
Ritter’s Ice Cream..
Luxury Car Show…
Batmobile
Buttercream Lane sweet treats
Family-friendly fun!
Feel free to bring your lawn chair … there will be some chairs/tables…
WEATHER is predicted to be sunny and clear with a high of 91!
The following streets will be closed in the Oregon District from noon to about 730pm:
     Fifth St from Patterson to Wayne Avenue
     First block of Brown St
     Pine St
     North Jackson St (between Gates St and Fifth St

Cigar Lovers and Rhinegeist

Cigar Lovers
Tuesday July 29 6-9pm
pre sale $45 day of event $50

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Join us in a Cincinnati themed party where we will be drinking samples from Rhinegeist brewery and Chef Tony is providing our version of Skyline Chili. The Market is bringing some awesome cigars from Altadis USA. Free swag and prizes!
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We will be featuring a new Domican cigar from an old cuban cigar maker H. Upmann, called ‘The Banker’. The reps name is Mike Saurbaugh from Altadis USA
For Dinner:
Cincinnati Style chili, beans, spaghetti, coneys and greek salad. 3 way, 5 way, your way.


Whiskey of the Damned

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Whiskey of the Damned
Friday July 11th @9pm
“Music is the brandy of the damned.”
– Don Juan, in George Bernard Shaw’s Man and Superman

With a single word change, the great Irish playwright’s line has, since 2011, given name to one hellishly good Celtic-rock band. The Milwaukee-based quintet Whiskey of the Damned specializes in an intoxicating brand of music that’s high in energy and deep in emotion.

Formed by Dublin-born, Wisconsin-raised singer-guitarist-songwriter Eoin McCarthy (pronounced O-wen), Whiskey of the Damned has been a live-performance favorite in pubs and halls throughout the East, South and Midwest, thanks to an incessant touring schedule and invariably good word-of-mouth.

McCarthy first performed in public at age six. As a 15-year-old punk rocker accompanying his musician-comedian father to a pub session in Dublin, he received guitar-playing tips from “a guy” who turned out to be Van Morrison. McCarthy’s avocation led him through various bands until, in Milwaukee, he met up with violinist Gina Romantini, bassist Matt Schuetz, accordionist Brian Link, and drummer Andrew Weber. Individually and collectively, the five musicians have shared the stage with the likes of the Wallflowers, Doobies Brothers, Fountains of Wayne and even the aforementioned Van Morrison, but it’s on their own that they’re making their mark among a growing, firmly committed following.

Following two EPs, Moonshiners and Shoplifters and Craic Agus Whiskey, Whiskey of the Damned is independently issuing its first full-length album, MONSTERS ARE REAL. Recorded at Atlanta’s Black Dog studio and produced by Rick Beato (whose credits include Shinedown, country hitmakers Parmalee and Christian rockers NeedtoBreathe), the album gives the wider world its first glimpse of what the group’s faithful supporters have long known and loved: impassioned music-making that accommodates both personal expression and observations on common human experience. “Every song is about some form of demon,” McCarthy said recently, explaining the record’s title, “something that brings you down, whether it’s a political thing or a drinking problem. It’s about recognizing and standing up for yourself and fighting them all.”

Tracks range from the rousing and boisterous (“Another Day Dead,” “The Good Rat,” “Thumpkeg”) to the candidly reflective (“Maria,” “When It All Comes Down”) and accurately represent the repertoire that’s won the group critical raves and a reputation as “the perfect band to party to.” (Citing the ensemble’s penchant for improvisation, one newspaper noted that “Nothing is safe from being incorporated into their performance; an empty beer keg becomes the focal point of percussion for a few of their songs.”)

In support of the release of MONSTERS ARE REAL, Whiskey of the Damned resumes touring, hitting the road for shows all over the United States with future plans to Ireland and Europe for the first time.



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