Harp & Celt Owners buy building!
ORLANDO, Florida – The Harp and Celt opened 10 years ago in 2007 just as our country was going into an economic downturn. Thanks to our customers loyalty over the last 10 Years and the best staff anyone could ask for we were able to fulfill our dream. The building that houses the Harp and Celt was purchased November 30, 2017 by the Harp and Celt Owners, Kathy, Lisa and Rick, thus guaranteeing that the Harp and Celt will continue to be a landmark in downtown Orlando well into the future. Thank you to all our patrons, family and friends for supporting us and helping us live our dream.
Kathy Day, Lisa and Rick Boyd
President Obama Joins Unemployed Men for Beers on Day Jobs Bill is Defeated
ORLANDO, Florida – President Barack Obama has joined four unemployed construction workers in Florida for a round of beers on a day his jobs bill met defeat on Capitol Hill.
Obama met with the group at Harp and Celt Restaurant & Irish Pub in downtown Orlando. He solicited opinions on the jobs situation and said he was trying to figure out how to get the construction trades back to work.
The three unemployed pipe fitters and one unemployed plumber drank beer and soda; Obama had a Guinness. They all toasted “to more jobs.”
Obama held the meeting between fundraisers in Florida as Senate Republicans — and two Democrats — turned back an effort to open debate on the president’s $447 billion jobs bill. Obama says the bill would create construction jobs.
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Larry Bird visits the Harp!
ORLANDO, Florida – One of our guests this past summer having lunch prepared by none other than Lisa Boyd — with Larry Bird and Lisa Manzak Boyd at Harp and Celt Irish Pub and Restaurant.