840 Midland Ave Yonkers, NY 10704, Phone (914) 423-1234

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Stop in for a perfect pint after a hard day’s work, a Corned Beef Reuben before a baseball game, or an order of our famous Fish & Chips when the mood strikes. There’s no better place to host a birthday, wedding, Irish wake, retirement, bachelor/ette shindig, bon voyage fete, fundraiser, or simple celebration of life.  A wide array of menu options and great entertainment mean we have something for everyone, no matter the size of your guest list or budget.

History

Glenrowan was named after farmers James and George Rowan who ran farms in the area between 1846 and 1858. The township was settled in the late 1860s, the Post Office opening on 22 February 1870. It is famous for the bushranger Ned Kelly, who made his last stand and was eventually captured there in 1880 after a siege and shootout with police. The local railway station opened in 1874 and closed to passengers in 1981.

Edward “Ned” Kelly (June 1854/June 1855 – 11 November 1880) was an Australian bushranger, and, to some, a folk hero for his defiance of the colonial authorities. Kelly was born in Victoria to an Irish convict father, and as a young man he clashed with the police. Following an incident at his home in 1878, police parties searched for him in the bush. After he murdered three policemen, the colony proclaimed Kelly and his gang wanted outlaws. A final violent confrontation with police took place at Glenrowan. Kelly, dressed in home-made plate metal armour and helmet, was captured and sent to jail. He was hanged for murder at Old Melbourne Gaol in 1880. His daring and notoriety made him an iconic figure in Australian history, folk lore, literature, art and film.

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