Hopes high €1.5m renovation of Clancys will boost local economy
It's hoped the €1.5 million renovation and revamp of one of Cork's oldest pubs will boost both the local economy and the pub industry Leeside.
Clancys bar on Princes Street reopened this month after its doors closed in 2017
80 new jobs have been created and traders in the city centre say they expect a knock on benefit from the new venue which will also host coffee, food and beverages from local suppliers.
Michael O'Sullivan and Graham Barret are at the helm of the new establishment alongside Paul Montgomery and they told RedFM News that there's a lot of Cork in the new design and they hope it will become one of the city's destination venues in 2020:
Full interview by our senior reporter Fiona O'Donovan with Michael O'Sullivan (Sully) and Graham Barrett:
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