Cheers of Charles Town
At Paddy's, we strive to make everything fresh from our homemade bangers to our hand cut fries, to provide the best dining experience to our customers and community. We also focus on providing a relaxed, fun and friendly atmosphere by offering several big screen TV's, broadcasting sports, or anything the guest might request. A game of darts can be played while enjoying your favorite pint, or even a game of corn hole in our spacious outdoor patio. Or just relax by the fireplace with a glass of wine. Come and visit us at Paddy's, you'll get a little taste of Ireland and connect with our local community!
Some of our Irish fare includes our fish and chips, made with fresh cod filets hand dipped in our own Guinness beer batter, shepherd's pie made with fresh ground lamb, seasoned and simmered to perfection, and homemade bangers that are ground, seasoned, and stuffed in house!
"Cead mile failte romhat!"
A HUNDRED THOUSAND WELCOMES TO YOU!
A Brief History of the
The Tiffin House, built by Dr. Edward Tiffin in 1787, is the oldest house in the original confines of Charles Town. Constructed of logs, it was later enlarged and faced with brick. The interior boasts fine Georgian mantles and a lovely curving staircase with a mahogany railing. Many of the original beams and boards, honed by the craftsman of the 1780's can be seen yet today. Dr. Tiffin, born in 1766 near Carlisle, England, emigrated to America 1781 along with his family to Charles Town, Virginia (Now WV). After studying medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, he returned to Charles Town to open his practice.
In 1798, with a letter of recommendation for public office from George Washington, Dr. Tiffin moved to the Ohio Territory and later became the states first governor.