The Celtic-inspired New American menu was created by Executive Chef Matthew Geraghty and Chef Luis Uruchima, and offers a wide range of classic and modern dishes, as well as an extensive selection of bar food.
A giant projection screen, 16 HD television screens, and a state-of-the-art Bose sound system are thoughtfully arranged for fans to enjoy all American and European sports action.
Take a close look at the new Tír na nÓg to see several distinctly Irish and European features. Enter through century-old, carved-oak Victorian double doors, removed from a parish church in Yorkshire, England. A 45-foot bar snaking from front to rear is the centerpiece of the main space.
The detailed décor is the work of Irish and English artisans and relies heavily on reclaimed materials. All stained glass is original, and authentic memorabilia ranges from small antique books to a large fishing boat from Achill Island hanging from the rafters. Wood signs hand-painted by Simon Scott hang throughout the space.
A recreation of an Ah Fulacht Fiadh—pits once used by the ancient Irish for cooking sits beneath a pane of glass in the center of the main room.