The legendary Four Green Fields has opened its newest location in Tampa. The storied Irish restaurant has been a part of Tampa’s pub scene for 30 years. “We are proud to announce that our opening night for the new location is this Thursday 5-26-22!!!” wrote the owners in an enthusiastic Instagram post. “We have live music & the best Guinness around. Be the first to check out the new location, doors open at 7pm – 802 N 12th Street.”
They currently operate locations at Curtis Hixon Park, in addition to being a part of the concessions lineup at Tampa International Airport. This concept can also be found at the Kinnitty Castle Motel in Ireland.
Four Green Fields has served Tampa for 30 years
Four Green Fields opened its doors in 1992 in Tampa as America ’s only authentic thatched roof Irish Pub. Some of Ireland’s most famous entertainers have performed at Four Green Fields over the decades, including Sinead O’Connor, The Wolfe Tones, Paddy Reilly and the late Tommy Makem. The authentic Irish restaurant offers great Irish food and the freshest pints of Guinness in the region 365 days a year. Four Green Fields has been voted by the Dublin-based publication “Ireland of the Welcomes” as one the top 10 Irish pubs in the world. Four Green Fields was also named one of the top 100 places in America to drink beer by Imbibe magazine.
The brand new Channelside location features an outdoor patio area and a mural paint homage to its thatched roof brick-and-mortar beginnings.
Visit Four Green Fields’ website to learn more about the authentic Irish restaurant.
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