Quinn and Tuite's Irish Pub is located in the Creston neighborhood and is the most authentic Irish pub in Grand Rapids. It is named after the families of the owners.


Opened in 1984 as Pete Brown's Office, the owners changed the name in 2003 in response to the opening of other Irish-themed pubs in Grand Rapids (namely, The Black Rose and O'Toole's Public House).


Quinn and Tuite's plays host to local bands and open-mic nights, but the place truly shines when major Celtic acts come through town. Quinn and Tuite's juke box has a mix of pop, rock, and Celtic music.


Quinn and Tuite's offers Guinness and Smithwick's on draught and several varieties of Irish Whisky, in addition to its full bar. The food selection is limited, though on St. Patrick's Day, an Irish feast is served.


Quinn and Tuite's is located at 1535 Plainfield NE.

Geographic coordinates are 42.990609° N, 85.663083° WLatitude: 42°59′26.192″N
Longitude: 85°39′47.099″W

External links

Official Website