"Family traditions and heritage helps create a welcoming atmosphere for shoppers and tourists from around the world," said Neville Gardner
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (PRWEB) November 20, 2018
Neville Gardner, owner of Donegal Square and McCarthy's Red Stag Pub, brings a multitude of Irish traditions, culture, and products to one of Travel and Leisure's Top Holiday Destinations, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Neville Gardner grew up in Northern Ireland, in the village of Lambeg in County Antrim (10 miles from Belfast) where the influence of both Irish and Scottish cultures, cuisine and humor were fairly equal, it’s appropriate that his pub and restaurant would reflect this upbringing and background. Based on his family’s history and their untold story, he opened both Donegal Square and the Red Stag Pub, to share the hospitality, foods, and culture that he grew up with.
"Sharing my family traditions and heritage with the Christmas City helps create a welcoming atmosphere for shoppers and tourists from around the world," said Gardner in a recent podcast. Neville Gardner on Podcast .
This ethic is why the traditional Irish tastes of his childhood and heritage play a large role, from ambiance and cultural events to the menu, in McCarthy's Red Stag Pub and Whiskey Bar's offerings, as seen in a recent promotional video. Recent Broadcast Interview on Donegal Square and Red Stag Pub.
During this Holiday Season Donegal Square offers tradition in the form of memorable gifts, such as the Bethlehem Midnight Star, crafted by ShanOre® Irish handcrafted jewelry from Dublin, a heartwarming gift for anyone who wants to explore the cultural offerings of Ireland and add a touch of the Christmas City.
For more information on the Bethlehem Midnight Star, Donegal Square and the Red Stag Pub, visit https://donegalsquare.com/.