Traditional pub in OKC to have St. Patrick’s celebration

BY CARA BAILEY Modified: March 11, 2009 at 8:57 am •  Published: March 11, 2009
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photo - This is the interior of Sean Cummings’ Irish Restaurant and Pub, 9610 N May, in the Collonade Shopping Center. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
This is the interior of Sean Cummings’ Irish Restaurant and Pub, 9610 N May, in the Collonade Shopping Center. PHOTO BY PAUL HELLSTERN, THE OKLAHOMAN
If you’re looking for a traditional Irish experience this St. Patrick’s Day, look no further than Sean Cummings’ Irish Restaurant and Pub.

Fish and chips is just the start of the hearty Irish cuisine, and live, local Irish music can be heard most nights.

Owner/chef Sean Cummings promises that if you stay long enough, you’ll feel as if you’re amid the rolling hills of Ireland.

Along with live traditional music, Sean Cummings’ Irish Pub will have a St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Cummings said.

The March 17 celebration will mirror celebrations he hosted while living in Kansas City, Mo.

"We’re setting up a big tent with a big stage,” he said. "We’ll have a smaller menu with all Irish food items along with a fish-and-chips wagon. Plus, other shopping centers will be selling trinkets.”

While the pub is somewhat new to the local restaurant landscape, Cummings is well-known in the fine-dining scene.

"I’d been doing business here at the Boca Boca restaurant, and I thought that Oklahoma City needed a traditional Irish pub,” he said.

Cummings said he serves traditional County Clare fare at his pub, 9610 N May.



Sean Cummings’ Irish Restaurant and pub
→Where: 9610 N May in the Collonade Shopping Center.

→Information: 755-2622 or www.seancummingspub.com.

St. Patricks Day Festival
When: 11 a.m. to midnight March 17.

Featuring: Suspicious Contra Band, Flowers of Edinburgh, On the Doss, Merry Sisters, Jean Hill Dancers, Emerald Flame, Boru’s Ghost, Dustin Cooper, Timothy O’Brian Band plus pipers, face painting, food, beer, United Scottish Clans of Oklahoma booth and Celtic Heritage Fest booth.

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