Email This Post HomeHumorName Seamus’ Irish Pub, giveaway and steals and deals Amy Vansant August 29, 2018 Humor 148 Comments Seamus is buying a bar in Pineapple Port… and you can name it! It’s that time where I ask YOU kind readers to name something in my upcoming book. Turns out it’s a bar again. I’m starting to see a theme… I think this is the third time… Uncle Seamus in my Pineapple Port series is buying an Irish bar (don’t forget, he’s Irish!) What do you think he should name it?? Ten random entries will get an ebook Pineapple Gingerbread Men (book #7) FREE when it comes out and one lucky winner will get the paperback copy! Just leave your ideas in the comments below or email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org to enter! GIVEAWAYS Win a KINDLE PAPERWHITE & Gain Access to Deals & Steals on More! 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Found out I’m legit 1/2 Irish, So I have a special place in my heart for Seamus. 😁 0 likes Reply Monte Hickman August 29, 2018 The Bent Shillelaghs. 1 likes Reply Shirley August 30, 2018 The Golden Shamrock 0 likes Reply Linda Avellino August 30, 2018 Seamus Finnegan’s Irish Clover Pub 0 likes Karen August 30, 2018 Shenanigans would be a good name for an Irish Pub! 0 likes Reply Ray Archer September 26, 2018 Clancey lowered the boom 0 likes Reply Sarah August 29, 2018 Irish Dreams Found. 1 likes Reply Meg August 29, 2018 The Lucky Clover. Heck, now I want to open an Irish Pub and name it that! Would it be wrong since I’m Scottish? 3 likes Reply Julie Sweeney August 29, 2018 The Galway Gal 2 likes Reply Barbara August 29, 2018 Shenanigans was the first name I came up with. Shamrock Pub, Paddy’s Irish Pub, Dented Mug, Leprechaun Pub, The Blarney Stone 2 likes Reply Shannon Bell August 29, 2018 The Lazy Leprechaun 3 likes Reply Deborah Lane August 29, 2018 Irish comfort. Or Irish sighs. The Shilelagh. Erin’s Dew Drop inn. Eire Place. 2 likes Reply Thomas Palmer August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Shots 1 likes Reply Paula August 29, 2018 I like this– good luck 0 likes Reply KarenM August 29, 2018 slainte irish pub 0 likes Gladys Mills August 29, 2018 Luck of the Irish or The Lucky Place 1 likes Reply Barbara Forth August 29, 2018 I thought the Green Lantern is a good name. 1 likes Reply Andrea Stoeckel August 29, 2018 How about: “teach tábhairne na hÉireann“ which is “that Irish Pub in Gaelic or “torthaí ar an oileán”: fruit of the island or” torthaí an chalafoirt”- fruit of the Port. 2 likes Reply Laura Madsen August 29, 2018 The Green Dragon 0 likes Reply Mary Lynde August 29, 2018 Fool’s Gold Misty Clover Beyond The Mist Gold Mist 1 likes Reply Evelyn August 29, 2018 Personally, after reading about Seamus’s appearance, manner and personality, I kind of think that “The Leprechaun’s Lair” would suit. 1 likes Reply Jenn Swanson August 29, 2018 Angry Leprechaun might be an interesting name 1 likes Reply Christine August 29, 2018 The Irish Unicorn, Rainbows End 1 likes Reply Brenda Jones August 29, 2018 Possible name for the bar: The Wild Irish Rose 1 likes Reply Michelle Kennedy August 29, 2018 I love the suggestions everyone has made! They’re wonderful! I might name the bar a more sinister name. Banshees Wail; Witches Brew; Merrow’s Cap…. 0 likes Reply Carolyn August 29, 2018 Fighting Irish Pub 1 likes Reply Terri s Koubek August 29, 2018 The Prickly Shamrock. with a cross between a pineapple and a clover leaf. 🙂 2 likes Reply Helen Valenzuela August 29, 2018 I thought of these names: The Blarney Stone Tipsy McStaggers The Muddy Bog Danny Boy’s Pub The Limerick 0 likes Reply Jo R. August 29, 2018 Tipsy McStaggers is a pub in Michigan 0 likes Reply JAMES LYNAM August 29, 2018 “TURF FIRE BAR” 1 likes Reply JULIE TOUCHSTONE August 29, 2018 The Green Man’s Pub Mary Mac’s Lost Irish Rose I was going to suggest Black and Tan, but did some research and found out that it is very offensive. 0 likes Reply Renee August 29, 2018 I love this names… But you know in Real life….I know a guy named Seamus Goldberg…. Seriously….so to attract business how about Goldberg’s Irish? lol 0 likes Reply Renee August 29, 2018 Then there is ring of Kerry Carlisle’s Kaelin’s sibbohan’s Or seamus’s Pineapple Portal 1 likes Reply Chris McGee August 29, 2018 The obvious name is: Seamus’ Irish Pub. 1 likes Reply Pat August 29, 2018 Pot of Gold 1 likes Reply Pat August 29, 2018 Or rather Pot ‘o Gold 0 likes Reply Rose August 29, 2018 anann súile = Tipsy Pineapple 4 likes Reply Ana M. Kurland August 29, 2018 I was going to suggest Annan Port. 0 likes Reply Sharon August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Pub Seamus’ Port Pub 1 likes Reply Debby August 29, 2018 The Frolicking Shamrock 1 likes Reply Debby August 29, 2018 The Frolicking Shamrock, Leprechaun’s Lair, Pot O’ Gold Shenanigans 1 likes Reply Val August 29, 2018 The tipsy leprachaun (not sure how its spelled) The leprachaun falls Inn 1 likes Reply Christine Oliver August 29, 2018 The Green Pineapple 1 likes Reply Janet Graham August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Seaside Shanty Pub 1 likes Reply Janet Graham August 29, 2018 Wild Geese Landing or Wild Goose landing Disenfranchised Irish fled the indentured slavery and political persecution to become pirates. About 15% of Caribbean pirates were Irish. They were known as “Wild Geese”, and we all know that Seamus is an old pirate 8} 1 likes Reply Alan Hamblin August 29, 2018 I think “Seamus’s Ireland” would be a fitting name for the bar. 1 likes Reply Beth Conners August 29, 2018 The Black and Tan? Or The Orange and the Green? Seamus’ Burren? 0 likes Reply Joy S August 29, 2018 20. Foxy John’s, Dingle Ireland’s most famous pub-that-is-also-a-hardware-store. You can get drunk AND get your bike fixed. Only don’t cycle home after, because Dingle is on the sea and the consequences of a wrong turn would be very damp. Courtesy: http://www.dailyedge.ie/must-visit-pubs-ireland-1194401-Nov2013/ (Just thought that was some great Irish humor there!) How about The Dubliner (or whatever Seamus’ hometown is, like The Limerick, The Corker, The Derryer…). Bunratty’s (after a famous castle). These are Irish slang: The Craic, or The Curk (both generally mean “a good time/fun”. Craic is pronounced like “crack”), On The Lash (“go out drinking”), Jammers (“packed full”) 1 likes Reply Ca ní Fhaing August 29, 2018 Crock ‘o Gold, Seamus’ Shebeen, Docominn = Do Come Inn póg mo thóin = kiss my ads pronounced pó g (hard g) ma hown 1 likes Reply Shirley August 29, 2018 Irish Laughter Pub 1 likes Reply Barbara Harrison August 29, 2018 I hate when just naming the pub Three Leprechauns in two words is too short so I have to go back and retype the whole thing to post it! 1 likes Reply Corinne August 29, 2018 Slàinte mhaith (good health) 1 likes Reply Chris August 29, 2018 Gettin’ Lucky or Kelsey Rose because that’s what I wanted to name my daughter and my husband said it sounded like the name of a bar. 1 likes Reply Stephanie Pond August 29, 2018 A Wee Spot. Serves as bar name and a description of what you might have there… 1 likes Reply Jeanette August 29, 2018 Sea Dawg will incorporate Seamus’s name. 1 likes Reply Sandy Klocinski August 29, 2018 A good name for an Irish pub would be The Magpie 1 likes Reply Rachael Sebastian August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Sea Shanty 1 likes Reply Pauline August 29, 2018 I think the bar should be called The Shamrock. My great grandmother was Irish, shame I never knew her. 1 likes Reply Maureen August 29, 2018 The. Lucky Leprechaun 1 likes Reply Jackie Kripas August 29, 2018 Finn’s Shalalie for the Irish pub name. 1 likes Reply Terry Flaming August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Shamrock 1 likes Reply Heather August 29, 2018 How about The Shamrock or The Irish Rose? 1 likes Reply Judith Kelly August 29, 2018 Pineapple Stout Irish Last Stand 1 likes Reply Sandra Barnett August 29, 2018 Seamas’ Shamrock Inn or The Shamrock Pub Irish Shamrock Pub 1 likes Reply Jim Garrison August 29, 2018 The Lit’l Peep Hole! Pub 1 likes Reply John P. August 29, 2018 someplace else in Gaelic is áit éigin eile – There is actually a bar in Oregon called Someplace Else – If I am not at such-and-such a place, I will be at Someplace Else!! 🙂 2 likes Reply David August 29, 2018 The Sheleighly’s shanty 1 likes Reply Luciann Smith August 29, 2018 Irish Whiskey Rose I have a bit of Irish and others in me…and I do enjoy the Pineapple port stories 0 likes Reply Margaret Lambert August 29, 2018 The Black and Tan The Pot ‘o Gold The Smiling Irishman 0 likes Reply Angela M LeBlanc August 29, 2018 The Rainbow’s End 1 likes Reply Christine August 29, 2018 Jig’s Up This is in honor of the famous Irish jig. I learned this dance at a very young age from the nuns who taught school. They were all from Ireland and would speak Gaelic to one another. 1 likes Reply Kindra K August 29, 2018 The Bent/Bendy Arm Pub 1 likes Reply Sue Ryder August 29, 2018 Pineapple Pint! It just popped right in my head when I saw this! 1 likes Reply Sharon Guagliardo August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Port Bar 1 likes Reply Chad August 29, 2018 How about “The Lucky Leprechaun “ 1 likes Reply Ang August 29, 2018 Poitin. An Irish moonshine. ☘️ 1 likes Reply Glenda Rosier August 29, 2018 Pot of Gold 1 likes Reply Gena Roberts August 29, 2018 I can’t think if anything that hasn’t been suggested already. Hmmm. O’Seamus’s? 1 likes Reply Wendy Packan August 29, 2018 The Lone Goose, God’s Blessing (nod to Callahan’s Crosstime Saloon by Spider Robinson), A/Any Port in the Storm / A Storm in the Port, Port Seamus / Seamus’ Portal, The Irish Portal, Do Drop In!, Seamus O’ Port, Seamus Digs’, The Prickly Pine/Rose, Top o’ the Evening 0 likes Reply Jana Gundy August 29, 2018 Whiskey Business would be a great bar name! Can’t wait for the book. 1 likes Reply Lisa Lee August 29, 2018 I was going to say The Lucky Clover but someone beat me to it. So, how about The Lucky Shamrock 1 likes Reply Cecilia August 29, 2018 I can only think of The Irish Pub. Not very creative though. 1 likes Reply Andi August 29, 2018 Happy go Lucky 1 likes Reply Marilyn Hiliau August 29, 2018 The Emerald Pineapple The Emerald Pineapple Pub The Emerald Pub Seamus’s Emerald Pineapple Seamus’s Emerald Pub 1 likes Reply Nigel Evans August 29, 2018 Luck of the Irish 1 likes Reply Norma Sullivan August 29, 2018 The Wild Irish Rose 1 likes Reply Rita Buster August 29, 2018 The Broken Shillelagh or Shenanigans. 1 likes Reply Kat August 29, 2018 I ‘ve always wanted to open a pub when I retired “A Wee Bit of Mist “as in the green Isl. Kat 1 likes Reply Joanne Moore August 29, 2018 Famous Seamus Irish Pub 0 likes Reply Mary August 29, 2018 Port O’ Paddy 0 likes Reply Jo R. August 29, 2018 How about The Spud and Bog Pub. 0 likes Reply Becky Fisk August 29, 2018 hope you name it The Shamrock Bar! 0 likes Reply Jeannie Otterness August 29, 2018 Paddy’s Pub or Paddy’s Shanty were the only names I could come up with! 0 likes Reply Marta August 29, 2018 The Dublin Arms 1 likes Reply Cathie August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Cloverleaf 0 likes Reply Dianne S. Meyer August 29, 2018 The Irish Rover 0 likes Reply Douglas Wolfe August 29, 2018 Pot of Gold Pub 0 likes Reply Bettie Stanislao August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Irish Spirits 0 likes Reply Bettie August 29, 2018 Seamus’s Irish Spirits 0 likes Reply Tracey Price August 29, 2018 McThirsty’s Irish Saloon Murphy’s Tavern Paddy’s Place 0 likes Reply Julie Smith August 29, 2018 How about: “Seamus’ Fubar and Grill – We install and service hangovers” 0 likes Reply Bj August 29, 2018 The quiet man 0 likes Reply Stephanie Edberg August 29, 2018 The Tipsy Irish Castle 0 likes Reply Beth Goldie August 29, 2018 What else but The Eire Lair ?? 0 likes Reply Beverley Pritchard August 29, 2018 Haven’t read any others, but how about The End of The Rainbow or The Crock of Gold? Both are leprechaun themed! 0 likes Reply Carol Seely August 29, 2018 The Blarney Pub 0 likes Reply Angie Hager August 29, 2018 The Kilty Tavern or A Wee Bit Irish Pub Another popular one that I saw a lot when I was in Ireland was The Fox. 0 likes Reply Sandra Novelly August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Slide Inn 0 likes Reply Cheryl Clavin-Brown August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Shenanigans 1 likes Reply Anne Vogel August 29, 2018 The Golden Pint 0 likes Reply Wanda August 29, 2018 Crimson and Clover (Crimson can also refer to a person’s flush face, which would work if they are drinking and Clover is self explanatory) 0 likes Reply Patsy Gazaleh August 29, 2018 The Tilted Kilt. 0 likes Reply Season Dills August 29, 2018 The Randy Leprechaun 0 likes Reply Crystal Blackburn August 29, 2018 Shame on Seamus or For The Shame of Seamus 0 likes Reply Patricia Hawes August 29, 2018 The Comerford(for my Irish singing friend,Tom Comerford or The Galway,just because I like the way it sounds. 0 likes Reply Bev August 29, 2018 The Unlucky Leprechaun Luck of the Seamus Hill of Tara Whiskey in the Jar O’Pineapples Pub Dubliners 0 likes Reply Shelly Church August 29, 2018 Seamus’ Place The Emerald Isle The Ornery Leprechaun 0 likes Reply Cheryl August 29, 2018 Pineapple Brews Irish Pub 0 likes Reply Laura August 29, 2018 The Lucky Plover. I just checked – there are plovers native to Ireland. lol 😉 0 likes Reply J.D. Schechter August 29, 2018 Tipplin’ o’ the Green 0 likes Reply Lata August 29, 2018 Ipub’s Mysterical Legacy 0 likes Reply Larry R August 29, 2018 The Tilted Kilt 1 likes Reply Denise Sparks August 30, 2018 Here are a couple: Pint of Gold The Merry Irishman 0 likes Reply Jackie Phipps August 30, 2018 “The Cock of the Walk” “The Celtic Eejit” 0 likes Reply Louise Terra August 30, 2018 The Lucky Charm 0 likes Reply Paula McCormick August 30, 2018 The Pineapple Crush 0 likes Reply Linda Collister August 30, 2018 The Twisted Kilt 0 likes Reply Kelly Young August 30, 2018 The Dancing Flamingo 0 likes Reply Lorrell August 30, 2018 Seamus’ Pot of Gold or the Tipsy Leprechaun 0 likes Reply Mary Beth O'Konski August 30, 2018 I like “Suds”. It just rolls off the tongue while you’re writing. 0 likes Reply Christine August 30, 2018 Jig’s Up Works so many ways in relating to Irish dance, drinking bottom’s up, Seamus background of detecting the jig’s up 0 likes Reply Robert Lee Hunt August 30, 2018 Seamus’s Surf and turf 0 likes Reply Kelly Smothers August 30, 2018 Shenanigans! Love these books! 0 likes Reply Glenda August 30, 2018 Bar name…. Irish dreams 0 likes Reply Shelley August 30, 2018 The Clover or The Dirty Leprechaun 0 likes Reply Linda Sutton August 31, 2018 Dubh Seamus It translates to Black Seamus 0 likes Reply Bob Areabob August 31, 2018 1) Tá mé ólta “I’m very drunk” (in Irish) 2) Publiners 3) The Mist 0 likes Reply Lata Terni September 1, 2018 Seamus’s “Ibar indulgence” 0 likes Reply Lynn H September 1, 2018 How about “The Nipper”. You know they are always saying “ I’ll just need a wee nip”. Or T h e Wee Nip(Er)”. Lol 0 likes Reply Alice September 1, 2018 Drunken whiskey bottle 0 likes Reply Donald Vitz September 1, 2018 How about: Pineapple Province Silver Haired Shamrock Blue Haired Shamrock Seamus Port O’call Pineapple Port O’Call The Irish Pub 0 likes Reply Hank David September 2, 2018 The Blind Leprechaun 0 likes Reply John Welsby September 2, 2018 Erin go bragh (Ireland forever) Failte – Welcome 1 likes Reply Cheryl Sims September 2, 2018 Gaelic Laughter Pub The Bent Shillelagh The Blarney Mug The Clover Net Hooks and Clover Pub In’Yer Cups Port Beacon Port Blarney 0 likes Reply Jamie Mazzanti September 3, 2018 I’m not that good with trying to come up with a Cool name that someone would pick, but I thought I would try & see what happens. These were a few I thought of: The Drunken Ginger Ginger’s or Ginger’s Pub Pineapple Hill Pineapple Cork Seamus’s Vicar Pub Seamus’s Saloon The Distiller Tavern The Hairy Pineapple Seamus’s Irish Pub That’s what I came up with & I can’t seem to think of anymore nanes. Good Luck Everyone Thank you for this Phenomenal Opportunity. 0 likes Reply Sunnymay September 4, 2018 Father James Pub 0 likes Reply Tamara Hauser September 6, 2018 The Wild Irish Pub. 0 likes Reply Courtney September 26, 2018 Mc Claffertys Pub 0 likes Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Add me to Amy Vansant's Humor Newsletter!