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Irish pub Life of Reilly closes in Butchers Hill

Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant has closed in Butchers Hill.
Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant has closed in Butchers Hill. (Handout)

The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant in Butchers Hill has closed its doors after more than a decade in business.

The owners announced the closure in a Facebook post Monday.

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“It is with a very heavy heart that we inform our friends and patrons that after 11 years The Life of Reilly Irish Pub & Restaurant is closing its doors,” the post read.

Owned by Crosby and Julie Healy, the Life of Reilly offered pub fare, plenty of Guinness, and Irish whiskey from its digs at 2031 E. Fairmount Ave.

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It’s unclear what lead to the pub’s closure. A Jan. 15 post on the Life of Reilly’s Facebook page indicated the bar was closed because it had been burglarized.

Reached through Facebook, Crosby Healy declined to comment Monday afternoon.

The Life of Reilly isn’t the only Irish pub in Baltimore to close recently. Belvedere Square mainstay Ryan’s Daughter’s last day in business was Sunday.

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