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The naturalization paper that freed co-owner Bryah Gifford's grandfather, Paul Patterson Power, from Ireland during the Great Famine adorns the walls of Power's Irish Pub among Mr. Power's family photographs. Along with decorations, Bryah pays tribute to her heritage with the bar's combination of pub and Irish fare, including Guinness-battered onion rings, Guinness beef stew, and shepherd's pie served atop a book of Guinness World Records. Eighteen draft beers wash down each bite, while live musicians complement meals with Irish tunes Thursday–Saturday. The pub accommodates guests until 2 a.m. Friday and Saturday, and on Wednesday dogs can accompany visitors during Power's puppy hours to lounge on the deck and scarf down treats.
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