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Four Courts to Hold Grand Reopening Tomorrow

by ARLnow.com August 30, 2011 at 10:45 am 2,936 8 Comments

Damaged by a fire in April, Ireland’s Four Courts in Courthouse (2051 Wilson Blvd) rose from the ashes and used its misfortune as an opportunity to revamp its offerings.

Now, with a new look, a new chef, an expanded menu, and expended beer and whiskey offerings Four Courts is gearing up to hold a grand reopening party.

The event, which is also being held to commemorate “4C’s” 15th anniversary, will take place from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. tomorrow, Aug. 31.

“The Four Courts opened its doors during the high-flying 90’s, when Dolly the Sheep and the dot-com boom dominated the headlines,” said General Manager Dave Cahill. “Although we can’t go back in time, we can celebrate the many faithful fans who’ve been patronizing this pub since 1996 and now have families of their own.”

For said families, Four Courts will be offering free food for kids every day between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. (between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Saturdays), with the purchase of an “adult food item.”

Continuing the ’90s theme, the pub is promising to “roll back the prices of its European and domestic draft beers to those of the booming 90’s” tomorrow.

  • How soon before this lease isn’t renewed and a hotel goes up?

    • RosslynBoom

      a hotel would be nice in this spot.

  • Aaron

    Their menu might be expanded from the post-fire limited menu, but it appears to have shrunk from the pre-fire offerings. I think they’re hoping to focus on quality instead;my fingers are crossed.

  • Spooner

    I will be there. The Gallon beckons!

  • Frivolous

    Sounds like an episode of Restruant: Impossible or Bar Rescue… but alas, a future hotel/highrise

  • DudeGuy

    I guess this will be my default now for watching EPL games on Saturday and Sunday now that Kitty O’Sheas is closed down.

  • Henry

    “expended beer and whiskey offerings”, huh? Sounds like a good reason to stay away from a bar.


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