Wednesday October 21, 2020

Business interview: Oliver Hughes, Porterhouse

Having seen his Porterhouse chain of pubs thrive in Dublin, Oliver Hughes is now setting his sights on the Big Apple

30th October, 2010

When George Washington bid farewell to his troops - including many Irishmen - at a small tavern in New York more than two centuries ago, little did they imagine that, one day, other Irishmen would be moving in as landlords.

The historic bar, close to Wall Street, on Pearl Street and Broad Street, is the oldest tavern in New York and the landlords - the Sons of the Revolution - maintain a museum upstairs celebrating...

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