by Sara Paul
If any party-goers or party-throwers are searching for a fresh new space to host a proper “shin-dig,” The Blarney Station has unveiled its 1,000 square foot party room, located in the rear of the building at 10 Railroad Ave. in Warwick.
With a 75” TV, functioning fireplace, pool table, jukebox, and more, the newly renovated, cathedral ceilinged, cozy room is available for private parties and sporting event gatherings. The room is fully heated and air-conditioned.
Owner John O’Connell said he is “very excited to forge ahead and expand the business in this beautiful Village of Warwick.”
The spacious addition also features an electronic game table and a private bathroom (separate from the bar and dining areas). The room is available daily, and customers can choose to have Blarney Station cater their event or bring in their own food. No outside alcohol is permitted.
John and his wife, Lisa, have run The Blarney Station for ten years and purchased the building last year.
“We truly appreciate our loyal customers who are very nice people and always very generous to our staff,” said John O’Connell, a Warwick resident, who was born and raised in Ireland.
Long-time employee Alicia Cohen said, “The people here are great. It’s really a fun environment!”
The proud business owners and staff are also planning a grand-opening ten-year anniversary celebration this winter. Along with the extra party space, the building also houses a large commercial space available for rent.
Anyone interested in renting the party room or the commercial space can call John at 986-1509. Restaurant information and menu items can be found at www.warwickblarney.com.