The Public Houses of Ireland are steeped in tradition of hospitality. They serve as a gathering place where people come to meet and enjoy conversation, food, drink and, of course, the music. The pubs have become the focal point of their communities - a place to celebrate life.
That is what we’ve recreated here in Medina. We took an old machine shop and gave it the old world charm and warmth of Ireland’s favorite pubs. From the antiqued plaster walls and tin ceiling to the hand finished oak woodwork and period lighting fixtures, and, with memorabilia imported directly from Old Erin, we’ve brought a little bit of Ireland to downtown Medina.
Combine all of that with home cooked meals that reflect our Irish roots and American tastes, the warm hospitality from our attentive staff, and live music ... and, well, you have a little bit of heaven.
Craic is defined as a specifically and quintessentially Irish form of fun. At Sully’s the ‘craic is mighty’.
Halfway to St. Patrick's Day with The New Barleycorn
The Island Doctor