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Claddagh Irish Pub closes down on Pittsburgh’s South Side

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
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"American Outlaws" and fellow soccer fans celebrate after hearing of Portugal’s goals against Ghana, solidifying Team USA’s advancement to the next round in the World Cup after their game against Germany on Thursday, June 26, 2014. The dedicated group of soccer supporters crowded the bar with other fans at Claddagh Irish Pub in South Side to watch the game shoulder to shoulder and cheer on the USA. The restaurant announced on its website that it is closed.
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Laura Kustaborder, 44 of Penn Hills laughs after seeing her shaved head at an event sponsored by the St. BaldrickÕs Foundation, held at Claddagh Irish Pub in South Side Works, Saturday, March 14. The St. BaldrickÕs Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity dedicated to raising funds and awareness for childhood cancer research. The restaurant announced on its website that it is closed.

The green beer and Guinness won’t be flowing any longer at Claddagh Irish Pub & Restaurant in SouthSide Works.

The Irish-style pub is closed, according to the establishment’s website.

A message on the home page reads: “Thank you for your patronage over the past 14+ years and allowing us to serve you and your families — Claddagh Irish Pub management and staff. This location is now closed.”

A call to the SouthSide Works office wasn’t returned, and no one responded to an email to the headquarters in Solon, Ohio.

The pub held a St. Patrick’s Day event on March 17 and a trivia night on April 15.

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 412-320-7889, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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