BOULDER — This time, it’s likely for good.
After 18 years, the end has come for Conor O’Neill’s. The fabled Irish pub at 1922 13th St. will close for good Saturday, April 22, the company announced late Thursday night on its Facebook page. It’s the second announced closure for the pub since September 2016.
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“We regret to inform our beloved community of Boulder and beyond that Conor O’Neill’s will be closing for good Saturday night, the 22nd of April. While business has increased over the last six months our sales are unfortunately not at the level to make Conor O’Neill’s a viable business any longer,” the post read.
In September, the pub had announced that it would close due to a decline in business during construction of a building next door. But that closure lasted just days, as the pub reopened after striking a deal with landlord W.W. Reynolds Cos.
But the pub was unable to continue.
Customers will be able to visit the pub on Sunday, April 23, to purchase memorabilia, according to the Facebook post.
“While Saturday the 22nd will be the last day we are serving our doors will be open the following Sunday the 23rd for anyone who wishes to purchase a part of Conor’s history,” the post reads.
“We are so thankful for the 18 years we have served this community and the last six months have truly been an amazing gift. Thank you!”