Fifth Province

Fifth Province 2020-03-18T12:57:45-05:00

The Fifth Province Pub is closed through March. Check back for updates.

The Fifth Province is designed as a traditional Irish pub. In Ireland, the pubs were a community gathering place for news and sports, hosting music and launching new talent. The Fifth Province was built by the founding tradesmen of the Center; stone masons, carpenters, woodworkers, tile-masters, and pipefitters. The handmade service bar keeps a piece of the 1927 Mayfair school still in use. The former chalkboards were cut down to become the counter top for the bar. The handset stone hearth with cast iron cooking arm and pots evokes earlier days of simple home and countryside; families gathered to the center of the home for warmth and a meal.

Today the Fifth Province continues the tradition of gatherings with local musicians every weekend, a pub menu of Irish fare and a variety of drinks, all served in our comfortable home. We have two parking lots with ample free parking. The building is wheelchair accessible.

Fifth Province Hours:

Tuesdays: Closed

Thursdays: 6pm-11pm, Thursday Night Irish Music Sessions

Friday: 6pm-1am Live music at 8pm

Saturday 6pm-1am Live music at 8pm

The Thursday Shindig:

Live from the Irish American Heritage Center, it’s The Thursday Shindig. Celebrate the good old songs and melodies of Irish America at a jam session party led by Master of Ceremonies fiddler Seán Cleland (of The Drovers/Bohola/Kilgubbin Brothers fame) with singer Jamesie Reilly on flute and Jesse Langen on guitar.

Come and play, come and listen, all welcome. 7-10pm.

Be a part of our Members’ Culture:

  • All members receive 10% off all meals in the Fifth Province
  • For the entertainment schedule, CLICK HERE