Sunday, March 19, 2017

Irish pub may may succeed Schenectady's City Squire tavern

The now-closed tavern.
Schenectady's City Squire tavern, closed for the past 2 1/2 years, may not be resuscitated, but its 1018 Keyes Avenue location may become home to an Irish-style pub.

According to a report today in The Daily Gazette, "The Lecce Group, in a joint venture with John and Katrina Isopo, hope to close on the purchase of the former City Squire, tear it down and build an Irish pub serving light fare and specialty craft beers for lunch and dinner. “

Lecce Group President and CEO Lou Lecce told the newspaper, “This has been a restaurant for decades and we’ve heard from the community that they want to see it reopened. They miss the local Irish pub where you can just go watch the football game and grab something to eat.”

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