After 26 years in Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse neighborhood, The Bards will shut down for good on account of hardships introduced on by the continued COVID-19 pandemic.
The standard Irish pub on Walnut Street was an intimate home and a popular hangout for sporting events. The householders prided the pub on its modern pints of Guinness and Irish whiskey.
In an announcement on Facebook this week, The Bard acknowledged it had deliberate to renew its lease at 2013 Walnut Street, nonetheless, found that it couldn’t be attainable to reopen whereas meeting ideas for social distancing.
The Bards lease expires this month and whereas we had supposed to lengthen it and proceed shopping for and promoting, newest events…
Posted by The Bards on Wednesday, July 8, 2020
“It is with much sadness that we announce that The Bards will not re-open again and that our 26 happy years in Philadelphia have now finally come to an end,” the bar’s assertion talked about. “It’s been a great long run – and we will always be grateful to the people of Philadelphia for making us part of this great city for so long.”