There’s nothing like a summer pint on the Bulman wall.
Now the owners of one of Kinsale’s most famous pubs have announced the business is in safe hands for the summers to come, as they step away from the helm after 22 years.
Husband-and-wife team Pearse and Mary O’Sullivan have announced they will be ending their tenure at The Bulman this month, with new owners Mark and Donal Crosbie taking the reins at the venue this winter.
Announcing the news on social media, the O’Sullivans said fans of the bar and restaurant, named after Pearse O’Sullivan’s grandfather Toddie, who was manager of Dublin’s Gresham Hotel in the 1960s, can rest assured that there will always be a pint and warm welcome to be had in Summercove.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our brilliant customers, work colleagues (past and present), and our suppliers from the last 14 years in the Bulman and 22 years as Toddies restaurant,” they said.
“It has been a pleasure dealing with you all and will hold so many fond memories for us both.
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“Please don’t worry about the future of Ireland’s loveliest pub as it is going into very safe hands. Mark and Donal Crosbie will be taking over in November. We believe that The Bulman will go from strength to strength under the stewardship of the dynamic brothers.”