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Irish bar for Walt Disney resort - Irish Examiner 08/03/05

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  • Irish bar for Walt Disney resort - Irish Examiner 08/03/05

    Article from The Irish Examiner - August 3, 2005
    Irish bar for Walt Disney resort

    AN Irish pub company is to build an Irish-themed bar and restaurant at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida.

    The Raglan Road pub is due to open later this summer and is backed by well-known chef Kevin Dundon.

    Raglan Road will be owned and operated by Great Irish Pubs Florida, an Irish-owned company that previously created Nine Fine Irishmen at the New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
    The Raglan Road pub will open in the location of Downtown Disney that was the former home to The Jazz Company.

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