THE BANNER PUBYour hosts, Ed Reid and Brenda Kelly have built a warm and eclectic mix of Irish and American hospitality. Located in the heart of Rockland, MA, the Banner provides an authentic local atmosphere in which to enjoy award winning steaks,seafood, pizza and desserts and a variety of renowned spirits.The Banner is much like a three ring circus with something for everyone; hosting the Main Pub,the Littlest Sports Bar and the Paddy’O - and don’t forget ourDeli with walkup Ice Cream service. The Main Pub features two full size pool tables, live musical entertainment Wednesday thru Sunday (Click Here) and international sporting events on multiple wide screen TV’s. The pub can be reserved for your private function and holds up to 30 guests. It’s a great place for a family get together, political gatherings & fundraisers all featuring our award winning menu of seafood, steaks and burgers. LITTLEST SPORTS BARSet away from the bustling main pub, this quiet little nook is the perfect place to eat, drink and watch a game on a giant TV. Babe Ruth ate and drank here . . . as did John L. Sullivan and many of Rockland’s political figures like Ray Flynn,Bobby and Rhonda Nyman & Senator Morrissey and numerous local celebrities like Bob Sullivan of Sullivan Tire. PADDY’OIn the warm months you can relax outside. Our outdoor garden area with wide screen TV has full bar, complete menu, seats 60 and is available for functions. We also have the occasional outdoor entertainer and its the perfect venue to just sit and relax and enjoy a brew under the sun. ABOUT THE HOTEL THOMAS The building now known as the Hotel Thomas was built in 1893. In the Rockland Standard of March 20 of that year we read: “Mr. B. F. Richardson is moving from his quarters on Vernon Street to the fine new building for his boarding house business on Union Street. Over the years, as noted before, Babe Ruth ate and drank here as did John L. Sullivan and many national and local political figures like Ray Flynn, Bobby and Rhonda Nyman & Senator Morrissey have been spotted here along with numerous other celebrities like Bob Sullivan of Sullivan Tire. Calvin Cooldige delivered a speech from the porch It was also rumored James Michael Curley spoke here . . . though it is not known what he said!
Located at 167 Union Street • Rockland, MA 02370INSIDE THE HISTORIC HOTEL THOMAS www.thebannerpub.com(781) 878-8717Kitchen Open 8am - Midnight, Monday thru Saturday Sunday 8am till 10pm - TAKE OUT AVAILABLE ALL DAY