by Steven Doyle
Built in 1922 and renovated in 2014, the building is appropriately known as Cannon’s Village after Cannon’s 5-Cent store became the anchor tenant in the 1950’s.
Cannon’s Corner showcases traditional Irish culture through a thoughtful food and beverage program. Owner Alan Kearney tells us, “It’s important to me to serve the community that surrounds us. Irish pubs are great back drops for all sports, and good conversation. We look forward to serving our new neighbors.”
The restaurant and bar offer a wide range of menu items from hardy starters such as Irish O’s: crispy beer-battered onion rings, Scotch Eggs and Corned Beef Cabbage and Rolls.
Sandwiches and salads include seven burger variations and seven salads including vegetarian options. Robust entrées are Murphy’s Shepherd’s Pie: lamb, beef, carrots and mashed potatoes, Howth Beer Battered Fish and Chips; Bangers and Mash, Traditional Corned Beef, Pub Curry, a must-try Traditional Irish Stew and more.
All-day breakfast items comprise of Traditional Irish Breakfast – two eggs any style, Irish bacon, sausage, black and white pudding, tomatoes, mushrooms, beans, hash and brown bread, gluten free avocado toast, a coffee program served all day.
We love the Scotch Eggs with their oozie goodness, and they make our dish of the day that you simply must try. Consider the soft-boiled eggs encased in herb infused sausage, rolled in panko breadcrumbs, lightly fried and served with grain mustard cream sauce. Marvelous.
Cannon boasts one of the largest selections of Irish beers with more than 25 on tap, 200 Irish whiskey and scotches.