McGuire's Irish Pub first opened in 1977 as a small neighborhood pub in a shopping center. McGuire cooked and tended bar and Molly waited tables and greeted customers. When Molly made her first tip -one dollar- she tacked it to the back bar for good luck. Friends of the pub added to the collection and it soon became tradition. Today you will see over $250,000 one dollar bills hanging from the ceiling throughout the Pub, all of which have been signed by Irishmen of all nationalities.
Our seafood is fresh from the Gulf and around the world and includes Live Maine Lobster, Yellow Fin Tuna Steak, Pensacola Red Snapper, Galway Cono Salmon, and of course, fresh Gulf Shrimp. For the Irish seafood lover, try a house specialty: Irish Fisherman's Bouillabaisse, a delicious stew of fresh seafood.
McGuire’s Irish Pub boasts one of the largest Restaurant Display Wine Cellars in the world. The Ruprecht O’Tolf Wine Cellar was created to champion the enjoyment of Fine Wine with Great Food. The Cellar has a capacity of over 8,000 bottles. To assure the preservation of our wine through the years, the temperature is carefully maintained at an optimum 60 degrees with a constant humidity of 60%. Among our vast selection, McGuire’s is proud to offer one of the few complete vertical collections of the Chateau Mouton Rothschild Artist Series in the United States.Come in and peruse the offerings from our extensive award winning wine list. Winner of the Wine Spectator Magazine’s Award of Excellence for the past six years, our 450 selection wine list is sure to please
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McGuire’s offers fine Ale’s, Porters and Stouts brewed on premises in our traditional Oak and Copper Brewery. Nature and the Old-Time Know-How of a Masterbrewer get the job done here. We brew with only the finest Malted Barley, imported Hops, and McGuire's very own house yeast.McGuire's Irish Pub is a 400-seat, 20,000 square foot landmark with a staff of over 200 warm and friendly faces. McGuire's Irish Pub. Established in 1977, McGuire's is one of Florida's top restaurants, winning Florida Trend Magazine's Golden Spoon Award for the past eight years and recipient of the Wine Spectator Magazine Award of Excellence for the past five years. McGuire's is home to some of the best live Irish entertainment South of Boston.
As great as Laurel Hill Farm is for general events, it truly shines when we host our favorite events, weddings. From intimate affairs to formal events, a wedding at Laurel Hill Farm is always special. Set up your own event, or work with one of our local event planners to make your day magical. If you are a do-it-yourselfer or a professional planner, we welcome you both to use our facility. Our lush lawns offer space for almost unlimited seating for your ceremony, and our facilities will make sure your guests are both comfortable and in a setting that is perfect for your most important day. Evening guests are welcomed to stroll through our immaculate stable of horses in their stalls en route to the ballroom. Come tour our facility and see for yourself!
Choctaw Lodge Retreat is located on the historic Choctawhatchee River, only 25 minutes from Panama City Beach and 35 minutes from Grayton Beach/Destin area. We are a beautiful and unique venue nestled on the river bank surrounded by hundred-year old trees and exquisite gardens, offering many different choices for your ceremony. There are two guest houses on property, either ideal for a very special honeymoon. We offer a full service wedding planner or you may rent the property only and bring in your own planner. Choctaw is the indian word for Coming Together! And that is what happens when you have your wedding at Choctaw Lodge Retreat!
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