A Little bit about our pub: Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub and Restaurant was opened in 1980. The building, circa 1815, was originally a cotton warehouse.
The main bar is known as a local hangout. During your visit you might be lucky enough to spot the occasional celebrity or movie star relaxing in this friendly Irish environment. click for image
The dining room serves a full Irish and American menu and is also know as the "listening room" for almost 20 years, Irish folk and Traditional musicians have delivered professional, fun, and dynamic performances. In one evening you will hear century-old tunes, clap-along favorites, as well as contemporary Irish music. The stage backdrop features an unusual Irish mural that depicts "The History of Ireland". Internationally known Irish Balladeer, Danny Doyle, presented it to Kevin Barry’s several years ago. click for image
The second floor cigar bar features an impressive selection of imported hand-rolled cigars, single malt scotch, and fine cognacs.
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Enjoy dinner or appetizers with a view from the glass-enclosed balcony over looking historic River Street and the Savannah River.
Kevin Barry’s second floor is also the home to the American Hall of Heroes and Liberty Hall.click for image
The American Hall of Heroes is a full service dining room, its walls adorned with paintings and artifacts dedicated to the American Armed Forces. This room is a tribute to the men and women who have served and continue to serve their country.
Liberty Hall is a smaller dining room with a fireplace, well suited for an intimate gathering. The room is dedicated to those patriots involved in Ireland’s long struggle for freedom. Over the mantle is a portrait of Kevin Barry, an eighteen-year-old Irish boy who was executed in 1920 for his involvement in the same struggle. click for image