The Celtic Crossing Pub is located in the Prescott Gateway Shopping Center. When you first walk in you know you have entered a Irish Pub, with all the four leaf clovers with Guinness logos hanging throughout the place. There were many seating options available, from secluded corner seats for a more private area, patio seating, and of course seats at the bar itself. You don’t have to be 21 to enter; they have public seating for everyone under age.
The service was wonderful overall. The menu was small, but the food was very good. The meals were a good size for the price. They had a full bar with about 10 beers on tap, with many of Irish origins, and a few of the main sellers in the United States.
When I sat at the bar one of the first things I saw was a ton of tankards hanging on the walls and wondered what they were for. If you buy a tankard from them you can get happy hour prices every time you come in, no matter the time. Another extremely exciting thing to see was the countdown timer to Saint Patrick’s Day; it was weird seeing, but really awesome since you are in a Irish bar.
The entertainment at the bar includes live bands on Friday and Saturday night. They do have an amazing event on Sept. 20th called Halfway to St. Patty’s Day Party. Yes, this bar has a celebration every six months for the beloved day. This event will include a drawing for someone to win a trip to somewhere that the owners have a timeshare location at; the locations vary from Las Vegas to Ireland and many in between.
At the bar there were also a few televisions which had the local sports going. During football season they open at 10 a.m. for Sunday football.
The Celtic Crossing will be moving to a new location at the end of October or early November. The new location is the Outback by Target in Prescott.
The pub also brings in a few bands each weekend. The band available was In Folk Us, and they sounded awesome.