Just a few steps from the Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square & Lancaster County Convention Center and in the heart of Downtown Lancaster, you'll find Annie Bailey's Irish Public House – Lancaster County's favorite authentic Irish pub.
Here at Annie Bailey's, our team strives to represent the warm, inviting nature of Irish culture through a modern lens. This blend of tradition, character & quality lands Annie Bailey's at the crossroads of sophistication & approachability – from first dates to family reunions, business meetings to happy hours, ours is a space that caters to the community's varied palates & causes for occasion.
This is a pub for all ages, anchored by a seasonally-changing menu offering a mix of traditional Irish Fare alongside modern American cuisine. The award-winning beer selection, shelves-on-shelves of whiskeys, weekend brunch, live entertainment & daily drink specials don't hurt, either...
Modeled on the pubs that can be found in Victorian-era buildings throughout Dublin, on this side of the pond Annie Bailey’s perfectly complements the building
it calls home. Built in 1890, the downtown landmark was previously occupied by a men’s clothing store – Sayers, Scheid & Sweeton – that once served
generations of Lancastrians.
The hand-crafted bar was created by skilled tradesmen in Waterford, Ireland. Much of the furniture was shipped from County Armagh, and the bric-a-brac was painstakingly collected throughout Ireland.
The inviting pub atmosphere envelops you as soon as you walk through the front doors that formerly adorned the Shelbourne House Hotel in Dublin and into the bar area that also features an exposed brick wall and several high-top tables. There’s a small seating area in what was once a storefront window. A gas-fired stone fireplace lends cheery warmth to the area on cooler days. The wooden floors exude their own special patina.
(from Lancaster County Magazine)
Joshua Funk is President/CEO of TFB Restaurants & Co. He is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University's Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management program. He brings experience, visio, and cutting edge thinking for TFB's properties and its staff. Before TFB Restaurants & Co., Josh spent nine years at the prestigious National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Jacob Funk is Chief Operating Officer of TFB Restaurants & Co. He is also a graduate of Pennsylvania State University's Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management program. Jake brings extensive knowledge and training to back of the house operations in food safety, facilities management, and executive level chef duties. Jake spent 5 years working for Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen in both Chicago and Atlanta