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Your Favorite Irish Pub Just Went Inflatable

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How many times have you wished that your neighborhood pub was closer to home?

The owner of The Paddy Wagon Pub has heard your plea. The solution: A portable, inflatable Irish pub that comes to you, wherever you may be.

Eoghan Cahill founded his bar business in Boston—a suitable location for such an endeavor—as a way of bringing the Irish pub experience to corporate events, weddings and family gatherings. The main difference between his version and an old-school brick-and-mortar pub? A whole lot of air.

Designed to look like a traditional Irish pub, the inflatable bar features a fake fireplace, chimneys and a thatched roof. The interior can fit 70 people, and Cahill’s company provides tables and chairs with each rental. And that’s not all: The Paddy Wagon Pub also offers entertainment options ranging from everyday DJs and live bands to the extreme—Irish step dancers and giant Irish wolfhounds.

Lounging around with wolfhounds sounds like a great way to spend the afternoon, but what about the beverages? The Paddy Wagon Pub can provide catering and a customized drink menu for your event. Irish staples like Shepherd’s Pie, soda bread, curry fries and beef stew are readily available, and the team running your event will teach you how to pour a proper pint of Irish stout from the tap.

Apparently, inflatable bars are already common fare in England and Ireland, and if the venture proves successful in Boston, Cahill hopes to grow into a full inflatable franchise.

Ready to stage your own Irish shindig in your backyard? Learn more about the portable pub on the Paddy Wagon website.

Series & Type: Entertaining News

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