Beloved Irish pub ‘Rosie McCaffrey’s’ closing in Phoenix after 20 years

Rosie McCaffrey’s would host a huge St. Patrick’s Day party in its parking lot every year.(Arizona’s Family)
By AZFamily Digital News Staff
Published: Sep. 21, 2022 at 12:02 AM GMT+7|Updated: 7 hours ago

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — A popular Irish pub in central Phoenix is closing its door after more than two decades. Rooted in its history in bringing together a more robust nightlife scene, owner Seamus McCaffrey opened his first Irish pub, the Dubliner, nearly 40 years ago. After that, he opened Seamus McCaffrey’s in downtown Phoenix

Then in 2002, McCaffrey opened Rosie McCaffrey’s Irish Restaurant and Pub near 7th Street and Camelback Road. And after 20 years, it’s closing this weekend.

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A final celebration is being held for their last weekend on Sept. 23 and Sept. 24. McCaffrey has not said what he’s working on next.

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