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Stuck – Need Help

Folks, I’m writing a scene for the second Minivandian’s book, and I need the name of an Irish pub.  For some reason, I can’t think of a good one.

So, I’m asking for your help.  If you leave a suggestion for a PG-rated name to affix to the pub in my story, and I use it, I’ll send you a free, signed copy of the book when it’s published.  Might even make you the owner of said establishment in the story.

Leave your suggestions in a comment, here or on social media.

Thanks!

24 Comments

  1. o’malleys
    o’connors
    shamrock and Shillelagh inn

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  2. THOTpolice

     /  August 17, 2016

    Flying Shillelagh (serious business)
    Paddyngton station (not so serious)
    Paddy McPaddface (why so serious)

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  3. Han Solo

     /  August 17, 2016

    Death’s Griphin Grogshop
    Fiery Demon Alehouse
    Angry Troll Pub
    Mystic Knave Lodge
    Olden Wench Cellar
    Laughing Sword Lodge
    Staggering Giant Guesthouse

    Or just some good names of fellows of the sort who open taverns:
    Aidan O’Casey
    Kilian O’Reilly
    Finn Brannigan

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  4. nixfu

     /  August 17, 2016

    Death’s Griphin Grogshop
    Fiery Demon Alehouse
    Angry Troll Pub
    Mystic Knave Lodge
    Olden Wench Cellar
    Laughing Sword Lodge
    Staggering Giant Guesthouse

    Or just some good names of fellows of the sort who open taverns:
    Aidan O’Casey
    Kilian O’Reilly
    Finn Brannigan

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  5. Randy Goat. (actual pub in Scotland, btw).

    Great steak pie and other pub food.

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  6. Alan Simpson

     /  August 17, 2016

    Kelly’s
    Finigans
    The Quiet Man

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  7. JFM

     /  August 18, 2016

    There’s a pub in my town named McGinty’s for some drunken reason we ended up calling it McGimpy’s.

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  8. The Harp and Hound

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  9. Grog

     /  August 18, 2016

    The Blarney Stone
    The Black Rose(pub in Boston)

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  10. John in Philly

     /  August 18, 2016

    Paddy’Os (yes, it is terrible)

    Emerald Fields

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  11. Cian’s Public House

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  12. The Celtic Cross
    The Craic

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  13. WOZ

     /  August 18, 2016

    Iompróidh Athair

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  14. JohnD

     /  August 18, 2016

    The Gaugers Inn (A real pub near Lough Neigh in Northern Ireland). A gauger is defined as someone with deep pockets and short arms 🙂

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  15. jon spencer

     /  August 19, 2016

    Olippigians Bar and Handcuff Lounge.

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  16. Thanks, everyone. I’ll reach out once I’ve picked one and used it.

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  17. Fiddler’s Green, fer Pete’s sake!

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