Insurance Center Agency highlights companies in the area that contribute to the structure of our large society. Today, Sully’s Irish Pub, 117 West Liberty Street, Medina, is on display.
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From left to right Ron Osiecki, John Sullivan (Sully), Carol Sullivan and Ali Burmeister.
After a 40-year career in the truck industry, John Sullivan wanted to get out of speeding.
John wanted to sit back and listen more to his favorite Irish band, The New Barleycorn. And, even better, sing with the Irish band sometimes.
Then John has his eureka moment!
John Sullivan created the perfect place to enjoy his favorite people, music and culture, while providing an income for his family.
Sully’s Irish Pub opened in 2008.
John and his wife Rose are the owners and their daughter Ali Burmeister is the general manager. She helped coordinate the opening of the business.
“The operation of our Sully’s Family is to adhere to our core values: quality food, friendly atmosphere, exceptional service and to treat everyone who works for us as a family,” says Sully’s on its website. “Now, more than ever, we are extremely grateful for the overwhelming support we continue to receive from society.
“We are here for you, just as you have been here for us for over 13 years.”
Sully’s Irish Pub creates an atmosphere of old world charm and warmth in the same building where an old machine shop was located. Twenty-five employees work together as one large, extended family.
“The Public Houses of Ireland are steeped in a tradition of hospitality,” says the family. “They function as a gathering place where people come to meet and enjoy conversations, food, drinks and of course the music. The pubs have become the center of their communities – a place to celebrate life. That is what we have recreated here in Medina. “
The menu was created by an experienced chef and John has taken back many of his favorite recipes from his many trips to Ireland. Check the website or call to keep track of the schedule for musical acts.
Craic, pronounced “krak”, is defined as a pleasant social activity, a good time.
At Sully’s, they like to say that “craic is powerful.” Ask anyone who has spent time there and they certainly agree.
Quick facts about Sully’s Pub:
Monday – Thursday 11:00 – 22:00