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Hide out from Friday the 13th, Tax Day during “The Nightmare on Tax Week” at the British Open Pub

Scottsdale, Ariz. – Arizona residents don’t need to live in fear of Friday the 13th or Tax Day this year, with British Open Pub warding off the stress of a scary weekend of superstition and taxes with great comfort food and drink deals designed to alleviate the anxiety of anyone.

Friday, April 13, is the second of three Friday the 13ths in 2012 and to top it off, Tax Day is the same weekend, with April 15 falling on Sunday. While the IRS gives taxpayers an extra day to file, the stress of superstitions and taxes might be a little more than the average person will want to handle this year, according to Gregg Troilo, owner of the British Open Pub.

“What a week,” Troilo said. “It’s Friday the 13th, which, let’s face it, gets a lot of people bent out of shape, and, to top it off, taxes are due on Monday. It’s enough to make anyone a little batty.”

The British Open Pub will be ready with their home-made macaroni and cheese, $4.95; grown-up grilled cheese with tomatoes and bacon, $5.45; Philly Cheesesteak served with sautéed onions, bell peppers and mozzarella, $8.95; and a variety of home-style favorites, including bread pudding and chocolate cake, $5.95 each.

“For those who are really feeling the strain, we have our ‘Get Loaded with Loaded French Fries,’” said Troilo. “They’re fresh potato French fries absolutely loaded with bacon, cheddar cheese, and green onions. They’re a favorite for making you feel good no matter what your trouble.”

The Nightmare on Tax Week drink deal are $2.75 Bud Light pints all week long, from open to close, and happy hour specials, from 3 to 7 p.m., that include $3 wells and $6.75 Guinness pints. Loaded French fries are $5.99.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, British Open Pub is the spot for all things English.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

Erin Go Bragh! British Open Pub Marks St. Patrick’s Day in Style

Scottsdale, Ariz. – British Open Pub wants Valley residents to put down that fake green beer this St. Patrick’s Day and join them instead for an authentic Irish holiday, complete with such Irish favorites as a bagpipe and drum corps, Bushmills drink specials and corned beef and cabbage to celebrate the Irish holiday.

But you don’t need to be Irish to enjoy the pub’s special menu for the day or to sample the drink specials, which include $1 off all well, wine and domestic beers as well as $4 Bushmills “Irish Car Bombs.”

The Glendale Pipe and Drum Corps will spend the day at the British Open Pub, playing two sets of their traditional Irish music for Bop patrons. The evening’s show times are between 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

And the menu for the day is a British Open Pub specialty – Mom’s homemade corned beef and cabbage with colcannon (cabbage and onion mixed in along with parsley and kale), Stovies (rough mashed potatoes with corned beef and covered with melted cheese), Scotch eggs (hardboiled eggs encased in sausage, rolled in bread crumbs and deep-fried) and chicken and whiskey sauce (breast of chicken sautéed in a cream and Drambuie sauce) and served with a side of pasta.

“When you combine the food with our drink specials and the pipe and drum band, you could close your eyes and swear you were in Ireland,” said British Open Pub owner Gregg Troilo.

Voted one of the five best English pubs in the Valley in the 2011 Phoenix New Times “Best of Phoenix” readers roll, the “BOP” as regulars call it, has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the BOP is the spot for foodies and sports fans – especially on St. Patrick’s Day.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

Singles Celebrate Valentine’s Day with St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Party at British Open Pub

Scottsdale, Ariz.  – For those Valley singles whose love lives resemble a massacre more than a movie romance, Scottsdale’s British Open Pub has just the ticket this year – a St. Valentine’s Day Massacre party at the popular Scottsdale pub.

Traditionally, the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre is known as the 1929 murder of seven mob associates as part of a prohibition era conflict between two powerful criminal gangs in Chicago: the South Side Italian gang led by Al Capone and the North Side Irish gang led by Bugs Moran.

But Valley singles can party like prohibition-era bar flies during British Open Pub’s St. Valentine’s Day Massacre party and keep that sad sack, lonely heart sorrow at bay with themed drinks and meals that hearken back to the happy days of flappers, hip chicks, mad mobsters and juicy gin joints.

“Just because you’re single doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy Valentine’s Day,” said Gregg Troilo, owner of the British Open Pub. “Our love lives may be in shambles but we’re making a party of the day anyway.”

The drink specials for the day include the Al Capone, Bugs Moran and Marilyn Monroe – for her role as Sugar in Some Like It Hot, Hollywood’s famous comedic nod to the prohibition era.

Food specials include:

The Green Door - Named after the famous, Chicago Green Door Tavern, the green door was a sign to anyone passing that a speakeasy was inside.

The Capo di Capi - Feeling like a big-shot? Order the Capo di Capi, and like the leader of all leaders or boss of bosses, you’ll dine in style (meal description here).

La Cosa Nostra - Order La Cosa Nostra and, like the phrase says “the our thing” – the thing we’re famous for, English-style fish and chips served up crispy and hot!

Abe’s Cabe - This meal is priced after its namesake, the five dollar bill. Dine on a budget and get our (food description here).

The 18th Amendment - Put the 18th Amendment to rest with this drink and dining special, including a pitcher of pitcher of (type here) draft and your choice of two appetizers for you and your friends.

Every day is a holiday at British Open Pub, with a revamped and extended happy hour that now includes specials like new $3 well drafts on rotating taps, including Guinness, Smithwick’s Ale, Oak Creek Nut Brown Ale, Stella, Blue Moon, Sam Adams’ Octoberfest, Boddingtons Pub Ale, Strongbow Apple Cider, Bud Light and Lagunitas’ IPA, among others.

New Happy Hour appetizer specials include $2 quesadillas and a variety of $3 appetizer baskets, including cheese ravioli, egg rolls, spinach and cheese ravioli, fried mushrooms, fried green beans, hot sausage links, Cajun sausage links, and, a bar favorite, tater tots with beer cheese and bacon crumbles.

On Saturdays, from 8 p.m. to close, women can enjoy ladies’ night with $4.50 Stoli vodkas in a variety of flavors, including vanilla, blueberry, strawberry, peach and chocolate raspberry. The bar also offers two martini specials each week for $5 each.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub, or the “BOP” as regulars call it, has something for everyone.

Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the BOP is the spot for foodies and sports fans.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit http://www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

British Open Pub in Scottsdale Announces Extended Happy Hour, New Ladies’ Night on Saturdays

Scottsdale, Ariz.  – Ladies’ Night and extended happy hours are coming to the British Open Pub, beginning in November.

The British Open Pub, which was voted a Top 5 English Pub in Arizona in the Phoenix New Times “Best of Phoenix 2011” readers’ poll, is celebrating the fall season with a new specials and promotions.

“We are making Saturday night Ladies Night at British Open Pub,” said Gregg Troilo, owner of the British Open Pub. “We think the ladies of Arizona deserve a night of their own here at British Open Pub, and we want to show them a great time while they’re here.”

Each Saturday, from 8 p.m. to close, women can enjoy $4.50 Stoli vodkas in a variety of flavors, including vanilla, blueberry, strawberry, peach and chocolate raspberry.

The bar will also offer two martini specials each week for $5 each.

“We’ll be featuring two new martinis each week,” said Melissa French, manager of the British Open Pub. “With more than 400 different types of martinis on record, ladies are going to have a great time trying new ones each time they visit.

“They’re delicious,” French said. “They’re kind of a women’s-only drink, and that’s fine because they’re so good we wouldn’t want to share them with the guys anyway.”

Ladies Night will include $3 Wells.

Said Troilo: “We’re excited to be adding specials just for the ladies,” adding that the pub has new hours for Happy Hour (from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday) and seasonal food specials beginning in November.

“With the days growing shorter and a nip in the air, it just made sense,” Troilo said.

Happy Hour specials include new $3 well drafts on rotating taps, including Guinness, Smithwick’s Ale, Oak Creek Nut Brown Ale, Stella, Blue Moon, Sam Adams’ Octoberfest, Boddingtons Pub Ale, Strongbow Apple Cider, Bud Light and Lagunitas’ IPA, among others.

“We have a great lineup of drafts on tap that are all fall favorites,” French said, “And we’re always adding beers from around the world to our selection so people have new tastes to try each time they visit.”

New Happy Hour appetizer specials include $2 quesadillas and a variety of $3 appetizer baskets, including cheese ravioli, egg rolls, spinach and cheese ravioli, fried mushrooms, fried green beans, hot sausage links, Cajun sausage links, and, a bar favorite, tater tots with beer cheese and bacon crumbles.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub, or the “BOP” as regulars call it, has something for everyone.

Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the BOP is the spot for foodies and sports fans.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit http://www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub Scares Up Some Halloween Fun, Trick or Treat Specials

Scottsdale, Ariz.  – How can an English pub like British Open Pub lay claim to Halloween, one of America’s most-loved holidays?

“It’s easy,” said Gregg Troilo, owner of the British Open Pub, “Halloween originated in the English Isles, is as old as the Druids and has been a part of English culture since the very beginning.

“That’s why we love to celebrate the season with lots of events and specials at the British Open Pub.”

The Halloween celebrations begin immediately with a new Happy Hour, which runs from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

“As the days darken earlier and the night takes over, we are extending our Happy Hour to begin at 3 p.m.,” Troilo said. “That way people can get here safely before dusk, especially on Halloween night, which takes place on a Monday this year.”

Once inside, people can enjoy their choice of $3 well drinks, including Marzen, a dark ale Oktoberfest favorite by Gordon Biersch, Samuel Adams’ Octoberfest beer and Lagunitas IPA, among others.

“We have a great lineup of beers that are fall favorites,” said Melissa French, manager of the British Open Pub. “And we are always adding beers from around the world to our selection so people have new tastes to try each time they visit.”

On Halloween weekend, Saturday, Oct. 29, to Monday, Oct. 31, the British Open Pub will be decorated for the All-Hallows Eve and the waitresses and bartenders will celebrate in costume.

“We’ll be serving up scary,” French said. “And we invite everyone to join the fun, whether they’re in costume or not.”

Halloween drink specials will include $2 Bloody Brain shots, $4 Great Balls of Fire shots, $4 Meet Your Maker shots, and $3 Pinnacle Punch, a party favorite.

“These drinks look a frightful, but they are delicious enough that people will relish devouring them,” French said.

Those who order from British Open Pub’s lunch or dinner menu will also receive a treat Halloween weekend.

“We are giving away a free, traditional Halloween dessert with each meal,” Troilo said, “Candy Apples, which are a Scottish and Irish tradition, or Bonfire Toffee, which is an English tradition.”

Another October first for the British Open Pub is Ladies Night, beginning on Saturday, Oct. 22.

“We’re making Saturday night Ladies Night at British Open Pub,” said French.

Each Saturday, women can enjoy $4.50 Stoli vodkas, a variety of $5 martinis, and $4.50 grape or cherry bombers.

“We’re excited to be adding specials just for the ladies,” Troilo said.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub, or the “Bop” as regulars call it, has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the Bop is the spot for foodies and sports fans.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub is Named Top 5 English Pub in Arizona

Scottsdale, Ariz. – British Open Pub has been named a Top 5 English Pub in Arizona in the Phoenix New Times Best of Phoenix 2011 readers’ poll.

“This is a great honor,” said Gregg Troilo, owner of British Open Pub. “To be named a Best of Phoenix’s Top 5 English Pub for all of Arizona is very exciting.”

Phoenix New Times’ Best of Phoenix Top 5 businesses are in a class by themselves, with the selections made by the newspaper’s readers.

“We know that we were voted Best of Phoenix Top 5 English Pub because we care about the quality of the experience for our customers,” Troilo said. “We offer a fun pub experience with crazy, quirky promotions that are uniquely British, and we have a wonderful, loyal crowd who we treat like family.”

British Open Pub offers a full menu, including Fish and Chips made with premium North Atlantic Cod dipped in English-style batter, deep fried and served with traditional, English chips (fries); Bangers and Mash, tasty English sausage served with fluffy mashed potatoes and gravy, sautéed onions and vegetables; and Charlotte Steak, an 8 oz. Filet Mignon topped with mushrooms and port sauce; and more.

“People love our English dishes,” Troilo said. “A lot of people go for the more unusual menu items like Cottage Pie, Beef and Guinness Pie, our English Beer Cheese Dip, the Basket of Wallys or our Celtic Nachos. They’re all good.”

British Open Pub offers Buffalo Wings, Potato Skins, Traditional Nachos, Chicken Quesadillas, Chicken Tenders, Build-Your-Own Pizzas, and good, old-fashioned macaroni and cheese.

“We’ve got everything you’d want,” Troilo said. “And our beer selection is great.”

The British Open Pub specializes in imported British beers, including Guinness, and stocks more than 100 different selections.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub, or the “BOP” as regulars call it, has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the Bop is the spot for foodies and sports fans.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit http://www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

Free Food at Scottsdale’s British Open Pub if Prince Harry Visits

Scottsdale, Ariz. – Patrons at British Open Pub will eat for free if Prince Harry visits the Scottsdale pub during his Arizona visit.

Prince Harry, youngest son of Prince Charles and the late Princess of Wales, is traveling to Arizona this October to participate in military helicopter training near Gila Bend.

Prince Harry, who will officially be called Capt. Harry Wales during the training, landed Thursday afternoon at the Naval Air Facility El Centro in California, according to published reports. His training in Arizona is part of a 16-month Apache helicopter training program.

“Sure, Prince Harry can visit all the pubs he wants when he’s in England but when will he get another chance to visit one in the Arizona desert?” said Gregg Troilo owner of the British Open Pub, recently selected as one of the five best pubs in the state by Phoenix New Times magazine.

“And when you think about it, it’s probably pretty hard for Prince Harry to visit his favorite pubs in England without the prying eyes of the paparazzi. We can help him keep a low profile.”

If Prince Harry visits the pub, Trolio said the food will be on the house – not just for Prince Harry – but for all customers present during his visit.

“Why not?” Troilo said. “We’ll give him the royal welcome and the rest of our customers the royal treatment.”

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, British Open Pub is the spot for all things English.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub Celebrates Barclays Premier League Football Season

Scottsdale, Ariz.  – Tired of talking football with people who think it’s played wearing helmets and riot gear? No worries. British Open Pub is kicking off the football season English style, by showing all of your favorite Premier League soccer games on Barclays Premier League season schedule.

You’ll be able to watch your favorite teams: Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, the Wolves, Newcastle, and all 20 clubs, as they fight for the right to compete for the Premier League Championship. And you’ll be able to enjoy happy hour pricing and $3 wells during the games.

“The beginning of the Premier League season is an exciting time here at the British Open Pub,” said Gregg Troilo, owner of British Open Pub. “We have die-hard soccer fans who come in to watch the games together in a real, English pub atmosphere. They yell at the players, cheer for their teams and boo the refs. It’s great. It’s the way it should be experienced.”

While at British Open Pub, fans can enjoy England’s traditional and most-loved foods and drinks.

British Open Pub offers a full menu, including Fish and Chips made with premium North Atlantic Cod dipped in English-style batter, deep fried and served with traditional, English chips (fries); Bangers and Mash, tasty English sausage served with fluffy mashed potatoes and gravy, sautéed onions and vegetables; and Charlotte Steak, an 8 oz. Filet Mignon topped with mushrooms and port sauce; and more.

“People love our English dishes,” said Troilo. “A lot of people go for the more unusual menu items like Cottage Pie, Beef and Guinness Pie, our English Beer Cheese Dip, the Basket of Wallys or our Celtic Nachos. They’re all good.”

For the soccer fan with American tastes, British Open Pub offers Buffalo Wings, Potato Skins, Traditional Nachos, Chicken Quesadillas, Chicken Tenders, Build-Your-Own Pizzas, and good, old-fashioned macaroni and cheese.

“We’ve got everything you’d want,” said Troilo. “And our beer selection is great.”

The British Open Pub specializes in imported British beers, including Guinness, and stocks more than 100 different selections.

“Whether you are new to soccer or a die-hard fan, British Open Pub is the best way to watch soccer, English-style,” Troilo said.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub, or the “Bop” as regulars call it, has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the Bop is the spot for foodies and sports fans.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit http://www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

British Open Pub in Scottsdale Sells Bad Boy Fight Night Tickets

Scottsdale, Ariz.  – British Open Pub, Scottsdale’s own English pub, is now also an official ticket-sale site for Bad Boy Fight Night at Fort McDowell Casino. The much-anticipated event, which includes boxing, mixed martial arts, and the first bare-knuckle fight since 1889, will take place on August 5, at 8 p.m.

“It’s going to be an exciting evening for fans and new-comers alike,” said Gregg Troilo, owner of the British Open Pub. “We’re excited to support the event by selling ringside, reserve and general admission tickets until August 5.”

Ringside seating, rows 1-3, sells for $45; reserve seating, row 4, sells for $35; and general admission seats are $25.

The evening will include several boxing and mixed martial arts matches at Fort McDowell Casino’s Hexagon and will feature former IBC International and WBF world champion Bobby “The Celtic Warrior” Gunn in the first bare-knuckle boxing match since 1889.

Tickets are on sale at the British Open Pub during regular business hours, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m., every day.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub, or the “BOP” as regulars call it, has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the Bop is the spot for foodies and sports fans.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub Celebrates King George Day on July 23

Scottsdale, Ariz.  – Scintillating, shocking, adorable – all words that describe King George VI’s reign and the man, himself.  That’s why British Open Pub is joining all of England in celebrating Betfair’s King George Day on July 23 with its own Snooty Tie and Prissy Hat Contest, and King George trivia games throughout the day.

The Betfair Weekend is a celebration at the Ascot, England’s most famous horseracing establishment. During the weekend, people dress up in semi-formal attire. Men wear ties and women often don hats for the celebration.

“In honor of the Betfair Weekend and King George VI Day, we’ll be running the Snooty Tie and Prissy Hat Contest all day,” said Gregg Troilo.

People can enter any time during the day by coming into the British Open Pub and having their picture taken with their Snooty Tie or Prissy Hat on.

“At 8 p.m., we’ll be announcing the winners and giving away the prizes,” said Gregg Troilo, owner of British Open Pub in Scottsdale. “It’s going to be a lot of fun.”

The pub is extending the celebrations with trivia challenges each hour, throughout the day. Each trivia challenge will pose a question about King George VI and his reign, and players will compete for a variety of prizes.

King George the VI was recently immortalized in The King’s Speech, a movie starring Colin Firth as the shy and speech-inflicted King George.

“We think people will have fun with the contest,” said Troilo, “especially since we are pulling several questions from the movie The King’s Speech. Other questions will be more challenging.”

King George was royalty at a time when his family was a royal mess. He gained the throne when his brother abdicated in 1936 to marry a divorcee. He was the last Emperor of India and led at a time when many nations succeeded from the Commonwealth. He led Britain through World War II as America’s principle ally, insisting on living on rations of food and water, just as did his people. And he insisted on protecting Buckingham Palace, which was within the bombing zone, with a pistol and pledge he was defend it to his death.

“He was a well-loved and honored king,” Troilo said. “The people loved him because he put their interests first, and we love him because, inside, he was just a regular, flawed guy trying to muddle through and do his best in crazy circumstances. He sort of reminds us of ourselves.”

Scottsdale’s British Open Pub, or the “Bop” as regulars call it, has something for everyone. Whether it’s authentic English food like Bangers and Mash, traditional American comfort food, a massive selection of beers from around the world or simply a fun pub to watch the day’s biggest sporting events, the Bop is the spot for foodies and sports fans.

The British Open Pub is located at 1334 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and McDowell roads.

For more information on the British Open Pub, please visit www.thebritishopenpub.com or call (480) 941-4915. Find the restaurant on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishopenpub or on Twitter at www.twitter.com/britishopenpub.