The Irish Pub: The summer job that became a career

  ·  Danya Henninger,   ·   Link to Article

In 1972, when Richard “Dick” Burke and his wife, Cathy, bought the building at St. James Place and the Boardwalk, Atlantic City was in decline. But the Burkes had a strong concept in mind, so they took a risk and went all in on the oceanfront site, rebranding the former Feeley’s Irish Pub and Inn into a spot they called simply “the Irish Pub.” It became a favorite stop for visiting politicians, celebs and sports stars - Joe DiMaggio was famously a regular.


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