Lauren Cusimano

Rosie McCaffrey's Irish Pub

In 2001, barkeeper Seamus McCaffrey sold his namesake downtown Phoenix pub and headed north, opening a new place at Ninth Street and Camelback Road. This one he named after his wife, Rosie. Like the other McCaffrey’s, it’s chockablock with Irish bric-a-brac, whiskeys, and draught beers. The music’s likely to be of a Celtic nature, too — Dropkick Murphys, traditional folk ballads — except on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, when karaoke crooners command the mic in a cozy corner of this dark, vaguely cave-like bar.

Restaurant Details


Past Events