- HAPPY HOUR Daily 4:30pm to 6:30pm - $1.00 off all domestic and foreign draughts, $1.00 off all well drinks.
The Celtic Tavern opened its doors for the first time Memorial Day weekend of 2000. The small Irish pub served up hot soups and sandwiches in a comfortable environment located in historic Olde Town Conyers. By the fall of 2001, the previous owner saw the need to expand due the success of the restaurant. The Celtic Tavern, Irish Pub and Eatery was born.
With an expanded full service menu bar, more and more customers poured in. It has become a favorite place for locals and visitors alike.
A co-owner is a CIA (Culinary Institute of America) graduate with culinary flare that brings a unique touch to the Celtic's menu.
We are looking forward to celebrating out 13th year anniversary this May here at our original location inOlde Town Conyers.
There is always something happening at The Celtic. Be sure to check out our weekly entertainment which includes, Team Trivia w/host J.B., Texas Hold'em, Poker, Acoustic Open Mic, Live Entertainment and Karaoke.
Lunch and Dinner now served at The Celtic Tavern:
The Celtic Tavern offers dining in the pub, marble dining room, street side or on the garden patio.Enjoy the peace and quiet of our back patio which adjoins the Lewis Vaughn Botanical Gardens. Private outside seating for up to 10 guests. Ask your server for more details...
Be sure to check out our full lunch and dinner menus!
The Celtic Tavern dinner menu offers up everything from finger licking Pub grub to Olde Town deli sandwiches including our famous grilled Reuben. Our 1/3 pound Celtic burger is also a favorite. Delicious homemade soups and large selection of fresh salads are also available. House specialties include our famous Fish and Chips, Shepherd's Pie and recent addition of our Open Face Hot Roast Beef and Beef on Kummelweck sandwiches. We often offer a fresh made paste special Thursday thru Saturday or while it lasts. All of this along with several dessert choices we hope will satisfy any taste bud!
Congratulations are due to all of the performers. They were at the absolute top of their games. A variety of strengths was on display. Some performers offered especially stunning vocals, others showed special instrumental talent, and others were true crowd pleasers. The four independent judges had a very difficult job.
Special congratulations go to first-place finisher Gabe Long, and runner-up Josh Leonard.
The diversity in performers and their unique talents mirrored the diversity of the friendly crowd at the Celtic Tavern. A common refrain heard was "we don't need to drive to Atlanta to hear good live music, when we have this right in Olde Town at the Celtic."
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