Durty Nelly's Irish Pub Halifax was designed and built by our team many years ago. Then in early 2017, the Irish Pub Company team undertook a renovation and refurbishment of Durty Nelly's Irish Pub Halifax, in order to make it more relevant to today's consumer.
The design team at the Irish Pub Company worked to establish which areas of the pub should be refreshed and updated. The team examined how some modern design trends could be integrated into this iconic traditional Irish pub while at the same time ensuring it didn't lose any of its charm and authenticity; protecting the values of this design-led Irish Pub that customers came back for again and again.
The new interior elements were designed and handcrafted in Ireland by our expert craftsmen and shipped to Halifax in time for the swift renovation which was project managed by Darren Fagan of the Irish Pub Company USA team.
Design elements such as bespoke flooring, a bar extension, furniture and furnishings, wall coverings, lighting, specialist artwork and handcrafted wall panels to name the few were utilized in the new and improved venue.
Durty Nelly's has been transformed into a stunning refreshed and relevant pub which still maintains the best of old pub culture.
Durty Nelly's, Halifax is a 15th century Bunratty Castle named after a legendary Irish hostess and entrepreneur. Today, it is also one of Ireland’s most famous landmarks for its food and hospitality. It is what the Irish like to call “craic agus ceoil” and it is an experience that we have recreated on the corner of Argyle and Sackville in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.