Open Lunch & Dinner

  • Monday thru Thursday11:30am – 12am
  • Friday & Saturday11:30am – 2am
  • Sunday11:30am – 9:00pm

Trivia

Join us for Trivia every
Wednesday at 7:30pm!

RESERVE A TABLE

Call 704-332-0557 to
make a reservation.

Free Parking Uptown

Free Parking Everyday after 5:30 Paved Lot# 96501 on the corner of 4th and graham across the street from Murphys located at Trade and Graham. Excluding any special events.

445 West Trade Street
Charlotte NC, 28202

OPEN LUNCH & DINNER

  • Monday thru Thursday11:30am – 12am
  • Friday & Saturday11:30am – 2am
  • Sunday11:30am – 9:00pm

TRIVIA

Join us for Trivia every
Wednesday at 7:30pm!

RESERVE A TABLE

Call 704-332-0557 to
make a reservation.

FREE PARKING UPTOWN

Free Parking Everyday after 5:30 Paved Lot# 96501 on the corner of 4th and graham across the street from Murphys located at Trade and Graham. Excluding any special events.

445 West Trade Street
Charlotte NC, 28202

The Irish Immigrant Story

A Taste Of Irish Culture in Charlotte

Despite the competition for jobs, many Irish immigrants supported and became leaders of union efforts, perhaps because they so well understood the power of organizing to meet needs. For instance, Mary Harris, later known as Mother Jones, committed more than fifty years of her life to unionizing workers in various occupations throughout the country. Her dedicated effort resulted in arrests, personal attacks, and many hardships but she also earned audiences with United States presidents from McKinley to Coolidge.

New Deal appointments a decade later enabled Irish politicians to gain the national spotlight through judgeships and other federal positions. These appointments served as precursors to the future success of Irish-American elected leaders such as Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and President John F. Kennedy.

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