Time to Rock in San Miguel

Héctor Mani y Luis Garay

Fernando Ortiz, Gerardo Amaro y Daniel Granados

Dominant

Eugenio, Alejandro Palomares, Juan Zaragosa y Rodrígo Ayala

César y Andrea Robles

Ángel Solis y Uriel Fierros

By Karla Ortiz

Put aside fancy restaurants and cocktail bars boasting of mixologists and their obscure, complicated drinks. The McCarthy’s Irish Pub chain has arrived in San Miguel de Allende, offering unforgettable nights of casual fun with your friends.

With an exceptional opening on June 8th, McCarthy’s put on a rocking opening party with live music, wings, hamburgers, beer, and lots of little extras.

For example, upon entering, Heineken representatives offered each visitor a free beer. Each table had a surprise left by “leprechauns” who had apparently found their pot of gold and left everyone gold-wrapped chocolate coins.

Once you pass the first lounge at the pub’s entrance, you have two options—going out to the garden (the place to go if you’re a smoker) or moving on to the pub proper. Down a few steps you’ll find a little football and a video game machine coming out of their “Hell’s Kitchen,” the place where they make their famous wings and hamburgers, as well as other popular apps such as nachos and onion rings.

McCarthy’s Irish Pub is not unique to San Miguel. Franchises can be found in several states of the Republic, Devotees are known for going from state to state to visit its various franchises all over Mexico.

Their newest one in our city looks already to be a great success. It features an authentic Irish pub décor and details that make it look like a rock-and-roll bar. It’s spacious and has dozens of screens hanging on the walls within view of tables that want to watch musical or sporting events. They are also known for their specials menu, which changes daily. On Monday, there are wings for four and a half pesos. Tuesday has two-for-one burgers. Wednesday you can get a beer jar for just 50 pesos, and so on throughout the week. There are also everyday promotions for birthday parties, and there is always a two-for-one special running on some brand of beer, of which they have many, both national and imported, It’s enough to make everyone feel the luck of the Irish.

 

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