Irish owners “embarrassed and sad” that no tricolor will fly outside their Florida pub for St. Patrick’s Day
Four sisters could not believe when cops came to take it down after city ordinance violation
Once the four sisters were reunited in Florida, in 2005 they decided it was time to fulfill their dreams.
“We always talked about opening an Irish pub and eventually decided, enough talk lets actually do it,” Aine told IrishCentral.
Aine said their upbringing on their father’s farm gave them the tools and experiences necessary to achieve their little slice of the “American Dream”. The girls farming father preached “nothing is free” and the girls were taught their strong work effort from a young age. Also years working in their uncle’s restaurant gave them a deep understanding of the drink and food trade.
The lesson they stand by is to “stick to the Irish ways” whether it’s food, music or alcohol. This mantra seems to work.
Since their story, about the Irish flag exploded in the press earlier this week Aine said their customers have been very supportive. Aine’s even worried they might be starting a letter campaign.
With or without an Irish flag Culhane’s Irish pub and their loyal customers will be partying hard this St. Patrick’s Day.
15 - 66 | See all comments
- Gay wedding cakes latest target of anti-gay...
- Racist incidents in Ireland up by 85 percent...
- A Magdalene Laundry US adoptee who holds...
- An open letter in strong defence of capitalism.
- Irish radio presenter suspended after anti-Isra
- Nelson Mandela was against IRA decommissioning.
- Baby dies in horror birth at Belfast hospital...
- Gay teacher fired from Catholic school after...
- Sarah Palin is saving Christmas
- Families as well as Catholic Church and governm
Shooting pigeons and eating them. Horses being burned alive. Ireland sounds great--unless you're one of God's creatures. But let's remember the importThe New York Times questions Ireland’s highly-praised economic recovery
A year on the dole - collecting unemployment benefit - would provide a single man with 9,776.00 Euro at a rate of 188.00 Euro per week. So how Mr. DoGay wedding cakes latest target of anti-gay bigots
These folks who do wedding cakes, have based their business on a certain model, specifically, their religious beliefs. They will probably cease makinIreland crowned “Top Tourist Destination” for second year by USA travelers
That's funny because on the Facebook comments it mostly Irish people bashing Americans.