Francey Brady’s Guinness Glass Engraving

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02/21/2019 | 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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Francey Brady's Bar and Grill

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Francey Brady’s Guinness Glass Engraving

Francey Brady’s Guinness Glass Engraving, Thursday, February 21st, 7:30pm.

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Francey Brady's Guinness Glass Engraving

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Francey Brady’s Guinness Glass Engraving, Thursday, February 21st, 7:30pm.

Francey Brady’s Bar and Grill
72 Main St.
Yonkers, NY 10701
(914) 226-8644
http://www.franceybradys.com
https://www.facebook.com/franceybradysbar
https://twitter.com/FranceyBradys
https://www.instagram.com/franceybradysbar

FRANCEY BRADY’S BAR AND RESTAURANT, LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF HAWTHORNE AVENUE AND MAIN STREET, IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN YONKERS. THEY CELEBRATED ITS OFFICIAL GRAND OPENING ON THURSDAY, JUNE 15TH, 2017.
After renovating the entire establishment and putting their own mark on the well-known corner enclave, previously named The Tyrone House, these two women entrepreneurs took stock from previous owners Mary Teague and her husband Jimmy who were proprietors for 28 years in the current spot and 58 years in the area.

Wondering where the name Francey Brady’s came from?

If you’re asking or wondering where the name of the bar-restaurant came from, go back in time and rent Netflix or download the classic Irish roots movie “The Butcher Boy” made in 1997 by Oscar winning and renowned director Neil Jordan. Ahead of its time by Irish standards, and a cult classic, the main character, a sharp witted, charismatic character who referred to himself as “The Incredible Francey Brady”, the co-owners just figured it was an “incredible” name to call their establishment while paying homage to the well-rounded film.

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